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Joseph Hubbard Price, American lawyer. Bar: Alabama 1964, District of Columbia 1968. Decorated Bronze Star; Frank Knox Memorial fellow London School of Economics, 1964-1965. Member American Bar Association, American Society International Law, Supreme Court History Society, Phi Beta Kappa, Metropolitan Club.


Price, Joseph Hubbard was born on January 31, 1939 in Montgomery, Alabama, United States. Son of Aaron Joseph and Minnie Jule (Reynolds) Price.


University of Alabama (Bachelor of Arts, 1961). Harvard University (Bachelor of Laws, cum laude, 1964). The London School of Economics (Research Student in International Law).


Worked at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP (Washington, DC) specializing in General Civil Trial and Appellate Practice, State and Federal Courts. Antitrust Law. Specialized Criminal Defense. General Corporation, Securities, Administrative, Labor and Employment, Employee Benefits, Taxation, Estate Planning, Probate and Trust, International Business, Entertainment, Real Estate Development and Financing, Banking, Commercial, Insolvency, Bankruptcy and Reorganization, Natural Resources, Oil and Gas, Environmental, Energy, Municipal and Public Utility Law.

Admitted to the bar, 1964, Alabama. 1968, District of Columbia. Phi Beta Kappa. Awarded, Knox Memorial Fellowship by Harvard University for Legal Research in England, 1964-1965.

Law Clerk to Justice Hugo L. Black, United States. Supreme Court, 1967-1968. Vice President for Insurance, Overseas Private Investment Corporation, 1971-1973.

Member: The District of Columbia Bar. Alabama State Bar; American Bar Association. American Society of International Law.

Military: Captain, United States. Army Intelligence, Vietnam (1966-1967), Awarded Bronze Star. Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP, originating in Los Angeles, has been providing legal services to clients since 1890.

Today, the firm has grown to one of the largest law firms in the world with approximately 600 active attorneys in 15 offices situated in most of the world's important business centers. The firm has experts in virtually every area of the law, particularly those which relate to commercial transactions and disputes, and has more effective geographical coverage in the United States than any other major firm. The firm's lawyers and staff are dedicated to providing quality service on a timely and cost effective basis.


Member Cooperative American Relief Everywhere Committee Washington. Member of advisory committee Hugo Black Memorial Library, Ashland, Alabama. Served to captain United States Army, 1966-1967.

Member American Bar Association, American Society International Law, Supreme Court History Society, Phi Beta Kappa. Clubs: Metropolitan.


Married Cynthia Winant Ramsey, September 14, 1963 (divorced 1980). Children: Victoria Reynolds, Ramsey Winant. Married Courtney McFadden, April 25, 1980.