Juris Doctor, Loyola University Law School, New Orleans, La. 1962; MBA, Loyola Graduate School of Business, New Orleans, La. 1970; Master of Arts in History, University of New Orleans 2007
1962-1964 Active Duty U. S. Army, 1st Lt.; 1964-1966 Private Practice of Law; 1966-1973 Litigation Attorney U. S. Small Business Administration; 1973-1983 Assistant United States Attorney, New Orleans, La.; 1978-1979 Assigned as trial attorney to the U.S. Department of Justice Organized Crime Strike Force, New Orleans,La.) 1979-1983 Assistant United States Attorney (Chief, Civil Division U. S. Attorney's Office 1982-1983)
1979 Awarded "Special Commendation for Outstanding Service Criminal Division of the Department of Justice"
1983-1998 Appointed United States Magistrate Judge, Eastern District of Louisiana, New Orleans, La. (Retired May 1998)
2007- Present Adjunct Instructor of History, Our Lady of Holy Cross College
PRIOR TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Lecturer, Loyola Graduate School of Business Jan. 1971-Jun. 1972 Course: Legal Environment of Business; Lecturer, United States Drug Enforcement Agency's "School for Local Law Enforcement Officers." August 1975, November 1975, June 1976, March 1977 and August 1977; Lecturer, "Drug Conspiracy Seminar," State Prosecutors and North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation, Raleigh, North Carolina October 1977; Workshop Leader, United States Department of Justice's "Controlled Substance Conspiracy Conferences" November 1975, July 1976, November 1976 and June 1977; Lecturer, United States Attorney General's Advocacy Institute, Washington D. C. May 1983.
Article on Louisiana's Legal History between 1803 and 1875 published Spring 2012 issue of "Louisiana History Journal," published by the Louisiana Historical Association, University of Lafayette, La.
Louisiana History ; His. 301