U.S. Marine Corps lieutenant, 1952-1956; active duty, 1952-1954
Private practice, Ada, Oklahoma, 1956-1961, 1963-1965
Faculty, University of Oklahoma College of Law, 1961-1962
Ford Foundation fellow in law teaching, Harvard Law School, 1962-1963
Judge, Oklahoma District Court, Twenty-Second Judicial District, 1965-1973
Special justice, Supreme Court of Oklahoma and Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals, 1965-1973
Member, Civil Aeronautics Board, 1973-1978; acting chairman, 1977
Private practice, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1978-1979
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