U.S. Army Signal Corps, Intelligence Branch, 1942-1946
Associate professor, Boston College Law School, 1948-1955
Assistant U.S. attorney, District of Massachusetts, 1955-1960; chief, Civil Division, 1955-1959; first assistant U.S. attorney, 1959-1960
Nominated to U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, July 1, 1960; no Senate vote
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