Private practice, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1940-1942
Member, National Labor Relations Board, 1942
U.S. Army first lieutenant, 1942-1945
Chief, Regional Appellate Division, U.S. Office of Price Administration, San Francisco, California, 1946-1947
Private practice, San Francisco, California, 1947-1951, 1970-1976
Assistant district attorney and chief superior court deputy, San Francisco, California, 1951-1958
Instructor, Golden State University Law School, 1952-1958
Secretary and legal counsel, Gov. Edmund G. Brown, California, 1958-1961
U.S. attorney for the Northern District of California, 1961-1970
Professor of law, University of California, Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law, 1969-1970
Fellow in residence, Yale Law School, 1970
Nominated to U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, May 29, 1968; no Senate vote
Nominated to U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, January 9, 1969; nomination withdrawn by president, January 23, 1969
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