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BAR ASSOCIATION

Official Website:
http://www.nmbar.org/

Founding Date:
1886

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bobby R. Baldock
Judge
24-Jan-1936   10th Circuit Court of Appeals, 1985-2001
Jeff Bingaman
Politician
3-Oct-1943   US Senator from New Mexico
Jack M. Campbell
Politician
10-Sep-1916 14-Jun-1999 Governor of New Mexico, 1963-67
Dennis Chavez
Politician
8-Apr-1888 18-Nov-1962 US Senator from New Mexico, 1935-62
Pete Domenici
Politician
7-May-1932   US Senator from New Mexico, 1973-2009
Charles Fahy
Attorney
27-Aug-1892 17-Sep-1979 Solicitor General, Appellate Judge
Albert Fall
Government
26-Nov-1861 30-Nov-1944 US Interior Secy., Teapot Dome Scandal
Susan P. Graber
Judge
5-Jul-1949   9th Circuit Court of Appeals
Harris L. Hartz
Judge
20-Jan-1947   10th Circuit Court of Appeals
Carl Hatch
Politician
27-Nov-1889 15-Sep-1963 Hatch Act
Paul J. Kelly, Jr.
Judge
6-Dec-1940   10th Circuit Court of Appeals
David H. Martin
Activist
?   Founder, Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund
Susana Martinez
Politician
14-Jul-1959   Governor of New Mexico
Edwin L. Mechem
Politician
2-Jul-1912 27-Nov-2002 Three-time Governor of New Mexico
Henry M. Rivera
Attorney
25-Sep-1947   FCC Commissioner, 1981-85
Oliver Seth
Judge
30-May-1915 27-Mar-1996 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, 1962-84
Gordon Smith
Politician
25-May-1952   US Senator from Oregon, 1997-2009
Hal Stratton
Government
6-Dec-1950   CPSC chairman, 2002-06
Thomas J. Zimbrick
Business
?   CEO of Zimbrick, Inc.


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