Log In

Thomas Newton Frisby Edit Profile

lawyer

Thomas Newton Frisby, American lawyer. Bar: Louisiana 1954, Texas 1983. Member of American Bar Association, Optimists Club (president 1956-1957), National Academy of Sciences (productivity council member), Association Trial Lawyers American, Texas Bar Association, Louisiana Bar Association.

Background

Frisby, Thomas Newton was born on September 3, 1932 in Tyler, Texas, United States. Son of A.J. and Thelma Gene (Karr) Frisby.

Education

Bachelor, Louisiana State University, 1952. Bachelor of Laws, Louisiana State University, 1954.

Career

Private practice, New Iberia, Louisiana, 1954—1957. Faculty law United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1960—1963. Lecturer University Denver School Law, 1972—1975, Federal Publications, Washington, 1973—1975.

Private practice Tyler, since 1975. Lecturer seminars on construction, contract law University Houston, Associate General Contractors, Texas Advertising & Marketing University. Adjunct professor Clemson.

Lecturer Stelwenbosch. Member Texas Delaware Jerusalem Economic Conference, 1985, National Research Conference, Washington, 1986. Served to captain Judge Advocate General United States Air Force, 1958-1963.

Achievements

  • Bar: Louisiana 1954, Texas 1983.

Works

Membership

Member of American Bar Association, Optimists Club (president 1956-1957), National Academy of Sciences (productivity council member), Association Trial Lawyers American, Texas Bar Association, Louisiana Bar Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Horseback riding, landscaping, history preservation, whitewater rafting.

Connections

father:
A.J. Frisby

mother:
Thelma Gene (Karr) Frisby