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James Nevins Hyde, American lawyer, consultant. Bar: New York 1935. Served from lieutenant (junior grade) to lieutenant Commander United States Naval Reserve, World World War II, PTO. Member American Society International Law (president 1963-1964, honorary vice president), International Law Association, Association Bar City New York (chairman foreign law committee 1956-1959).

Background

Hyde, James Nevins was born on January 11, 1909 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Charles Cheney and Mary (Tilton) Hyde.

Education

AB, Yale University, 193l. Postgraduate, Trinity College, Cambridge University, England, 1932. Bachelor of Laws, Columbia University, 1935.

Career

Associate firm Miller, Owen, Otis & Bailly, New York City, 1935-1940. Appellate practice with Nathan L. Miller, 1940-1942. Assistant to general counsel United States Steel Corporation, 1942, with law department, 1946-1948.

Adviser, interim committee affairs United States Mission to United Nations, 1948-1953. Adviser Security Council and General Affairs, 1949. Deputy United States representative interim committee General Assembly, 1951.

Adviser United States delegate 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th sessions General Assembly. Partner Gross & Hyde, New York City, 1953-1954, Hyde & de Vries, 1954-1959. Consultant international matters, since 1959.

Lecturer international law. Law faculty Salzburg Seminar in American Studies, 1966. Adjunct professor international law Fletcher School Law and Diplomacy, 1973-1978.

Chairman committee peaceful settlement disputes White House Conference International Cooperative, 1965. Member curatorium Hague Academy International Law, 1968-1974, honorary member, since 1985.

Achievements

  • Bar: New York 1935.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Board editors: American Journal International Law, 1958-1972, honorary member, since 1973. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Served from lieutenant (junior grade) to lieutenant Commander United States Naval Reserve, World World War II, PTO. Member American Society International Law (president 1963-1964, honorary vice president), International Law Association, Association Bar City New York (chairman foreign law committee 1956-1959).

Connections

Married Margaret Wells, November 30, 1935. Children: Mary (Mistress James H. Ottaway, Junior), Margaret (Mistress H. Denman Scott), James, Elizabeth (Mistress Durward E. Littlefield), Andrea (Mistress John F. Hagaman).

father:
Charles Cheney Hyde

mother:
Mary (Tilton) Hyde

spouse:
Margaret Wells

child:
Mary (Mistress James H. Ottaway Hyde

child:
Junior) Hyde

child:
Margaret Hyde (Mistress H. Denman Scott)

child:
James Hyde

child:
Elizabeth Hyde (Mistress Durward E. Littlefield)

child:
Andrea Hyde (Mistress John F. Hagaman)