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Marion Knight Kellogg, American lawyer, educator. Bar: New York bar 1929, Michigan bar 1932, Virginia bar 1961.


Kellogg, Marion Knight was born on July 24, 1904 in Bowling Green, Kentucky, United States. Son of Robert Marion and Nelle (Willis) Kellogg.


Bachelor of Arts, Virginia Military Institute, 1925;Bachelor of Laws, Yale University, 1928.


Practiced in, New York City, 1928-1932;practiced in, Detroit, 1932-1956;practiced in, Charlottesville, 1956-1976;associate firm, Chadbourne, Hunt, Jaeckel & Brown, Cravath, de Gersdorf, Swaine & Wood, 1928-1932;private practice, 1932-1956;member firm, Kellogg, Fulton & Donovan, 1942-1946;lecturer law School, University of Virginia, 1956-1964;professor of law, University Virginia, 1964-1975;emeritus, University of Virginia, 1975;executive director, Law School Foundation, 1964-1973.


  • Bar: New York bar 1929, Michigan bar 1932, Virginia bar 1961.


President Charlottesville-Albermarie United Givers Fund, 1964. Member Charlottesville Community Relations Committee, 1964-1965. Member steering committee United Negro College Fund, Shenandoah Area, since 1966.

Served to lieutenant colonel, Quartermaster Corps Army of the United States, 1942-1945. Member American, New York, Michigan, Virginia, Charlottesville-Albermarle, Detroit, Federal, Inter-American bar associations, International Law Association, American Law Institute, Charlottesville Committee Foreign Relations (past president), Order of Coif (honorary), Phi Delta Phi. Clubs: Farmington Country, Farmington Hunt Torch (past president), Colonnade (Charlottesville).

Commonwealth (Richmond, Virginia). National Lawyers (Washington). Yale (New York City).

Graduate (New Haven).


Married Virginia Dryden, October 3, 1931.

Robert Marion Kellogg

Nelle (Willis) Kellogg

Virginia Dryden