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Government official , Lawyer

Talbot Shaw Lindstrom, American government official, lawyer. Relm Foundation grantee, 1965-1966; American Enterprise Institute fellow, 1966-1968.

Background

Lindstrom, Talbot Shaw was born on December 8, 1934 in San Francisco, California, United States. Son of Linn Olaf Bjorquist and Elizabeth Sue (Shaw) Lindstrom.

Education

AB, Stanford University, 1956. Juris Doctor, Stanford University, 1958. Master of Laws, University California-Berkeley, 1965.

M.C.L., Stockholm University, 1966.

Career

International economist United States Department Justice, Washington, 1969-1970, attorney Office of General Counsel, 1971-1973. Chief unfair import investment division International Trade Commission, 1980-1981. Deputy director Office of Export, United States Department Commerce, 1981-1982.

Deputy under secretary Department of Defense, since 1982. Lecturer law University Stockholm, Sweden, 1965-1966, George Washington University, 1974-1975.

Membership

President, past chairman Seas, Inc. Past chairman Swedish-American Cultural Union. Member national defense and foreign policy advisory committee Connally for President Committee, 1979.

Member California State Bar Association, District of Columbia Bar Association, American Bar Association (advisory group committee on law and national security), Bull Elephants, Sons of the American Revolution, American Defense Preparedness Association, Explorers Club, Austrian-American Society, American Club of Sweden.

Connections

Married Lois Browning Benton, September 4, 1977. 1 child, Erik Benton.

father:
Linn Olaf Bjorquist Lindstrom

mother:
Elizabeth Sue (Shaw) Lindstrom

spouse:
Lois Browning Benton

child:
Erik Benton Lindstrom