- Labor and Employment
- Employment Litigation
- Equal Employment Opportunity Law
- Labor Law
- Management Labor Law
- Union Elections
- Union Contract Negotiations
Southern Methodist University, B.B.A., 1957
University of Texas, LL.B., cum laude, 1960
1960, Texas; 1967, South Carolina; 1971, Georgia; 1972, District of Columbia; 1979, U.S. Supreme Court; 1987, Tennessee; 1992, New York
Atlanta, Houston, Greenville County, Tennessee, New York State and American Bar Associations; South Carolina Bar; The District of Columbia Bar; State Bar of Texas; State Bar of Georgia; Lawyers Club of Atlanta; College of Labor and Employment Lawyers (Fellow; Georgia Representative, Eleventh Circuit Board).
Phi Alpha Delta. Associate Casenote Editor, Texas Law Review, 1959-1960. Listed, Best Lawyers in America, 1987-2015.
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