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Lawyer

Samuel Orman Clark, American lawyer. Member American Bar Association, District of Columbia Association, Alpha Chi Rho, Phi Delta Phi, Order of Coif.

Background

Clark, Samuel Orman was born on July 9, 1900 in Woodbridge, Connecticut, United States. Son of Samuel Orman and Pauline C. (Marquard) Clark.

Education

Bachelor of Philosophy, Sheffield Science School, Yale, 1921. Student Yale Graduate School, 1921-1922. Bachelor of Laws, magna cum laude, Yale Law School, 1928.

Career

Civil engineer Stone & Webster, Boston, 1922-1926. Admitted to New York bar, 1929, Connecticut bar, District of Columbia bar, bar Supreme Court of the United States Court. Practice with Milbank, Tweed & Hope, and its predecessor, Masten & Nichols, New York, 1938-1931.

With Chambers & Hesselmeyer, New Haven, Connecticut, 1932-1934. Chief attorney, protective committee study, Securities and Exchange Commission, Washington, District of Columbia, 1934-1938, director of reorganization division, 1938-1939. Assistant attorney general, Department of Justice, in charge of tax division, July 1939-December 1945.

Partner Hewes & Await, Washington, District of Columbia, and Hartford, Connecticut, 1946-1949. Partner Await, Clark & Sparks, Washington.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor to legal journals.

Membership

Member American Bar Association, District of Columbia Association, Alpha Chi Rho, Phi Delta Phi, Order of Coif. Clubs: Graduate (New Haven, Connecticut).

Connections

Married Charlotte I. Northrop, January 3, 1931.

father:
Samuel Orman Clark

mother:
Pauline C. (Marquard) Clark

spouse:
Charlotte I. Northrop