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James Spencer Bryan

James Spencer Bryan, American lawyer. Bar: California 1972, California (United States District Court (central district)) 1973, California (United States District Court (eastern and southern districts)) 1981. National Defense Education Act fellow, Stanford University, 1967. Member of American Bar Association, Order Coif, California Bar Association.

Background

Bryan, James Spencer was born on October 26, 1944 in Pittsburgh. Son of Joseph and Zella Mae (Spencer) Bryan.

Education

Bachelor, Harvard University, 1966. Juris Doctor, University Pennsylvania, 1971. Postgraduate, Stanford University, 1968.

Career

Worked at Arter & Hadden (Los Angeles, California) specializing in Labor and Employment Law, Civil Litigation. Admitted to the bar, 1972, California. Order of the Coif. Managing Editor, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 1970-1971.

Author: "Shifting the Burdens in Disparate Impact Cases: Wards Cove Packing v. Atonio," 6 Labor Lawyer 233, 1990. "The Applicable Statute of Limitations in Wrongful Termination Cases, Labor & Employment," Law News, Winter, At 6, 1987.

"Sexual Harassment As Unlawful Discrimination Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964," 14 Loy. L.A.L. Rev. 25 (1980). Law Clerk to Honorary Marvin E. Frankel, United States.

District Court, Southern District of New York, 1971-1972. Member: Los Angeles County and American Bar Associations. The State Bar of California.

Membership

Member: Los Angeles County and American Bar Associations. The State Bar of California.

Connections

Married Karen Smith Bryan, May 27, 1972.