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Thomas James Donegan Edit Profile

federal administrative law judge

Thomas James Donegan, American federal administrative law judge. Bar: New York 1932, Supreme Court of the United States Court, United States District Court (southern and eastern districts) New York. Lieutenant United States Naval Reserve, 1937-1940. Member American Bar Association.

Background

Donegan, Thomas James was born on February 27, 1907 in Brooklyn. Son of Thomas James and Mary F. (Carey) Donegan.

Education

AB, Columbia University, 1928. Bachelor of Laws, Fordham University, 1931.

Career

Private practice, New York City, 1932-1933, 46-57; with, Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1933-1946; special agent in charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1942-1946; special assistant, attorney general United States, 1947-1957; chairman interdepartamental committee internal security, National Security Council, 1953-1954; chairman personnel security advising committee, Executive Office President, 1954-1957; member, United States Subversive Activities Control Board, 1957-1967; executive director, Indian Claims Commission, Washington, 1968-1970; federal administrative law judge, 1972-1977; retired, 1977.

Achievements

  • Bar: New York 1932, Supreme Court of the United States Court, United States District Court (southern and eastern districts) New York.

Membership

Lieutenant United States Naval Reserve, 1937-1940. Member American Bar Association.

Connections

Son of Thomas James and Mary F. (Carey) D. M. Dorothy N. Reynolds, May 2, 1936. 1 child, Thomas James Junior.

M. Darlene D. Looney, August 23, 1986.

father:
Thomas James Donegan

mother:
Mary F. (Carey) Donegan

spouse:
Dorothy N. Reynolds

spouse:
Darlene D. Looney

child:
Thomas James Junior Donegan