U.S. Army Reserve, JAG Department, 1942-1946
Professor of law, Emory University, 1948-1961
Attorney General`s Office, State of Georgia, 1953-1961; deputy assistant attorney general, 1953-1959; chief, Criminal Division, 1959-1961
Judge, Court of Appeals of Georgia, 1961-1974; presiding judge, 1969-1974
Justice, Supreme Court of Georgia, 1974-1979
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