Bachelor of Arts, Ohio State University, 1931; postgraduate, Columbus College Law, 1931-1932; Doctor of Laws (honorary), Capital U., 1995.
Worked at Arter & Hadden. Admitted to the bar, 1933, Ohio. Awarded Honorary Doctor of Laws from Capital University, 1995.
Company-Author: Ohio Manual of General Practice, 1956.
Judicial Conveyances and Eminent Domain, 1960. Ohio Eminent Domain Practice, 1977.
Liability of Corporate Officers and Directors, Fifth Edition, 1993. Ohio Civil Practice, 1970.
Editor: "Insurance Counsel Journal," 1955-1961.
"Foreign the Defense," 1960-1962. Adjunct Professor, College of Law, The Ohio State University, 1972-1993. Lecturer in Law, University of Michigan, 1973.
Member: Columbus (President, 1947-1948), Ohio State (Executive Committee, 1951-1954) and American Bar Associations.
International Association of Defense Counsel (President, 1962-1963). American Judicature Society.
Fellow, American College of Trial Lawyers.
Chairman Defense Research Institute, Inc., 1965-1966, Franklin County Court House Annex Building Commission, 1946-1954, State Underground Parking Commission, 1955-1958, 61-69. President United Appeal Franklin County, 1969. Fellow American College Trial Lawyers.
Member American Bar Association, Ohio State Bar Association (executive commission 1951-1954), Columbus Bar Association (president 1947-1948), International Association Defense Counsel (president 1962-1963), American Judicature Society, Columbus Area Chamber of Commerce (chairman 1963-1965), Ohio State University Alumni Association (president 1967-1969), Columbus Players Club (president 1943), Mason (33 degree), Knights Templar, Shriner, Athletic Club, Faculty Club, Pi Kappa Alpha, Kappa Kappa Psi.
Children: Richard Scott, Bonne Lee Knepper Marks. Married Mary Morrill Lichtenberg, March 30, 1964. Adopted children: Mary L. (Mistress Daum), James W. Lichtenberg, John M. Lichtenberg.