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Timothy Shaler Williams, American lawyer. Bar: District of Columbia 1957, New York 1962. Fulbright fellow, 1957-1960.


Williams, Timothy Shaler was born on July 2, 1928 in Brooklyn. Son of Herbert Howard and Marion (Reese) Williams.


Bachelor, Cornell University, 1951. Bachelor of Laws cum laude, Harvard University, 1957. Postgraduate, Kyoto University, Japan, 1959.


Graduate fellow Japanese-American Program cooperation in Legal Studies, 1957-1961. Associate firm Nattier & Anderson, New York City, 1961-1963. Partner James B. Anderson, 1963-1968.

Senior counsel Far East ITT Corporation, 1969-1970. Secretary, general counsel ITT Rayonier Inc., Stamford, Connecticut, 1971-1985, vice president, 1976-1985. Consultant Far Eastern commercial matters, since 1985.

Research fellow Parker School Comparative Law, Columbia University, 1962-1963. Lecturer law Columbia Law School, 1963-1968.


Board directors Staten Island Mental Health Society, 1964-1969. Served with Army of the United States, 1951-1953. Member New York State Bar Association, Association Bar City New York, Northwest Pulp and Paper Association (trustee 1975-1979, president 1977-1979), New York State Forest Owners Association (board directors 1987-1988).


Married Sally Williamson, February 23, 1952 (divorced 1967). Children: Keiko, Timothy Shaler. Married Rosemary Beeching Turvey, April 26, 1968 (deceased 1996).

Children: Mari, Samuel, Jonathan, James, Carolyn. Married Joanna MacLeod Sawyer, May 1, 1998.