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Robert Foreman Fussell, American Federal judge ( law: judicial administration)Civil litigation, federalCriminalBankruptcyfederal bankruptcy judge. Recipient Community Service award Office of Governor of Arkansas, 1980. Served to First lieutenant United States Army, 1960-1962.; Member Arkansas Bar Association (Lawyer/Humanitarian award 1978), Pulaski County Bar Association (board directors).

Background

Fussell, Robert Foreman was born on January 1, 1938 in Forrest City, Arkansas, United States. Son of James Vaulk Fussell and Dorothy (Hall) Fussell Sugg. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, U. Arkansas, 1960, Bachelor of Laws, 1965.

Bar: Arkansas 1967. Trial attorney National Labor Relations Board, Kansas City, Missoury, 1965-1967.

Education

Assistant United State Attorneys, Little Rock, 1968-1973, chief assistant attorney, Little Rock, 1972-1975. Sole practice, Little Rock, 1975-1982. United States bankruptcy judge, Little Rock, since 1982.

Lecturer U. Arkansas Law School, Little Rock, 1979-1982. Chairman, Superspeech, Inc., Little Rock, 1983-1984.

Career

Trial attorney National Labor Relations Board, Kansas City, Missouri, 1965—1967. Assistant United States attorney Little Rock, 1968—1973. Chief assistant attorney, 1972—1975.

Private practice, 1975—1982. United States bankruptcy judge, since 1982. Lecturer University Arkansas Law School, 1979—1982.

1st lieutenant United States Army, 1960-1962.

Membership

Served to First lieutenant United States Army, 1960-1962. Member Arkansas Bar Association (Lawyer/Humanitarian award 1978), Pulaski County Bar Association (board directors).