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William Walton Jay, American lawyer. Bar: Illinois 1968, Arizona 1969, United States District Court Arizona 1969, Connecticut 1985, New York 1990.


Jay, W. Walton was born on June 29, 1943 in New York, New York, United States.


Emory University (Bachelor of Arts, 1965). University of Chicago (Juris Doctor, 1968). Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (Master of Science, 1985).

Spoken languages: German, French.


Admitted to the bar, 1968, Illinois. 1969, Arizona and United States. District Court, District of Arizona.

1985, Connecticut; 1990, New York. Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Delta Phi, Magister, 1967-1968. Author, "Legal Services for the Poor," University of Houston Law Review, 1969.

Formerly associated with: United States. Navy Office of the General Counsel, Pascagoula, 1975-1979. Motorola, Inc., Franklin Park, Illinois and Phoenix, Arizona, 1968-1971.

Kaiser Industries Corporation, Oakland, California, 1974-1975. Assistant Attorney General, State of Arizona, 1972-1974. Member: New London County and Connecticut Bar Associations.

State Bar of Arizona. Military: Airman, United States. Navy, 1961-1965 (Assistant General Counsel).


Chairman Groton City Democratic Committee. Member Groton Representative Town Meeting, Groton Town Democratic Committee Served with United States Navy, 1961-1965. Member American Bar Association (public contracts section), State Bar Arizona, National Contract Management Association (fellow, lecturer, president Gulf Coast chapter 1978, board directors Gulf Coast chapter 1979, central Connecticut chapter 1987, certified professional contract manager), Shipbuilders Council American (contracts committee since 1982), Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Sigma Alpha, Phi Delta Phi, Beta Theta Pi.

Lodges: Rotary, Lions.


Son of William Chauncy and Miriam Bell (Samuels) J. Widowed; children: William Robert, Michael Samuel.