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Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity

ORGANIZATION

Phi Delta Phi International Legal Fraternity

Founded in 1869 at the University of Michigan.

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

Founding Date:
1869

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bill Alexander
Politician
16-Jan-1934   Congressman from Arkansas, 1969-93
Gerry L. Alexander
Judge
1936   Washington Chief Justice
Robert B. Anderson
Government
4-Jun-1910 14-Aug-1989 US Secretary of the Treasury, 1957-61
Ellis Arnall
Politician
20-Mar-1907 13-Dec-1992 Governor of Georgia, 1943-47
Raymond E. Baldwin
Politician
31-Aug-1893 4-Oct-1986 Governor and Senator from Connecticut
Herbert H. Bateman
Politician
7-Aug-1928 11-Sep-2000 Congressman from Virginia, 1983-2000
Melvin Belli
Attorney
29-Jul-1907 9-Jul-1996 The King of Torts
Buford P. Berry
Business
c. 1936   Of Counsel, Thompson & Knight
Sanford D. Bishop, Jr.
Politician
4-Feb-1947   Congressman, Georgia 2nd
Danny J. Boggs
Judge
23-Oct-1944   6th Circuit Court of Appeals
David M. Borden
Judge
4-Aug-1937   Justice, CT Supreme Court, 1990-2007
Herbert Brownell, Jr.
Government
20-Feb-1904 1-May-1996 US Attorney General, 1953-57
Chauncey H. Browning, Jr.
Attorney
21-Nov-1934 1-Jan-2010 Attorney General of West Virginia, 1969-85
Kermit E. Bye
Judge
13-Jan-1937   8th Circuit Court of Appeals
George H. Carley
Judge
24-Sep-1938   Justice, Georgia Supreme Court
Russ Carnahan
Politician
10-Jul-1958   Congressman, Missouri 3rd
Lawton Chiles
Politician
3-Apr-1930 12-Dec-1998 Florida Governor and Senator
Frank G. Clement
Politician
2-Jun-1920 4-Nov-1969 Twice Governor of Tennessee
Tom Colbert
Judge
30-Dec-1949   Justice, Oklahoma Supreme Court
Adrian Cronauer
Radio Personality
8-Sep-1938   Subject of biopic Good Morning Vietnam
James L. Dennis
Judge
9-Jan-1936   5th Circuit Court of Appeals
Paul A. Dever
Politician
15-Jan-1903 11-Apr-1958 Governor of Massachusetts, 1949-53
Thomas E. Dewey
Politician
24-Mar-1902 16-Mar-1971 Did not defeat Truman
Forrest C. Donnell
Politician
20-Aug-1884 3-Mar-1980 Governor and Senator from Missouri
Wild Bill Donovan
Government
1-Jan-1883 8-Feb-1959 Founded the OSS
Joel F. Dubina
Judge
26-Oct-1947   11th Circuit Court of Appeals
Alan D. Feld
Attorney
c. 1937   Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld
Glenn W. Ferguson
Educator
28-Jan-1929 20-Dec-2007 University president, Ambassador to Kenya
Gerald Ford
Head of State
14-Jul-1913 26-Dec-2006 38th US President, 1974-77
William D. Ford
Politician
6-Aug-1927 14-Aug-2004 Congressman from Michigan, 1965-95
Henry H. Fowler
Government
5-Sep-1908 3-Jan-2000 US Secretary of the Treasury, 1965-68
Slade Gorton
Politician
8-Jan-1928   US Senator from Washington, 1981-2001
Anne Gust
Attorney
15-Mar-1958   Wife of Jerry Brown
Thomas J. Herbert
Politician
28-Oct-1894 26-Oct-1974 Governor of Ohio, 1947-49
Henry "Scoop" Jackson
Politician
31-May-1912 1-Sep-1983 US Senator from Washington, 1953-83
Robert W. Jordan
Diplomat
1945   US Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, 2001-03
Estes Kefauver
Politician
26-Jul-1903 10-Aug-1963 US Senator from Tennessee, 1949-63
Robert C. Khayat
Educator
18-Apr-1938   Chancellor, University of Mississippi
Jerome Kohlberg, Jr.
Business
10-Jul-1925   KKR, Kohlberg & Company
Alf Landon
Politician
9-Sep-1887 12-Oct-1987 Republican Presidential candidate 1936
Rush Hudson Limbaugh
Politician
27-Sep-1891 8-Apr-1996 Rush's grandfather
Breckinridge Long
Diplomat
16-May-1881 26-Sep-1958 US Ambassador to Italy, 1933-36
George E. MacKinnon
Judge
22-Apr-1906 1-May-1995 DC Appeals Court Judge, 1969-95
Charles T. Manatt
Attorney
9-Jun-1936 22-Jul-2011 DNC Chairman, 1981-85
Thomas P. Marinis
Attorney
31-May-1943   Vinson & Elkins
William C. Marland
Politician
26-Mar-1918 26-Nov-1965 Governor of West Virginia, 1953-57
Robert H. McWilliams
Judge
27-Apr-1916   10th Circuit Court of Appeals, 1970-84
George T. Mickelson
Politician
23-Jul-1903 28-Feb-1965 Governor of South Dakota, 1947-51
Arch A. Moore, Jr.
Politician
16-Apr-1923   Twice Governor of West Virginia
James E. Moore
Judge
13-Mar-1936   Justice, South Carolina Supreme Court
John Lord O'Brian
Government
14-Oct-1874 1974 Prominent antitrust lawyer
John J. O'Connor III
Relative
10-Jan-1930 11-Nov-2009 Sandra Day O'Connor's husband
Culbert L. Olson
Politician
7-Nov-1876 13-Apr-1962 Governor of California, 1939-43
Charles H. Percy
Politician
27-Sep-1919 17-Sep-2011 US Senator from Illinois, 1967-85
John C. Porfilio
Judge
14-Oct-1934   10th Circuit Court of Appeals, 1985-99
Rick Rescorla
Victim
27-May-1939 11-Sep-2001 Anticipated both WTC attacks, died in 9/11
Martha Roby
Politician
27-Jul-1976   Congresswoman, Alabama 2nd
Barry R. Schaller
Judge
23-Nov-1938   Justice, Connecticut Supreme Court
Ken Starr
Government
21-Jul-1946   Special Prosecutor, Clinton's impeachment
Louis B. Susman
Diplomat
19-Nov-1937   US Ambassador to the UK
Lowell Thomas
Journalist
6-Apr-1892 29-Aug-1981 With Lawrence in Arabia
Vernon W. Thomson
Politician
5-Nov-1905 2-Apr-1988 Governor of Wisconsin, 1957-59
George Bell Timmerman, Jr.
Politician
11-Aug-1912 29-Nov-1994 Governor of South Carolina, 1955-59
E. Lee Trinkle
Politician
12-Mar-1876 25-Nov-1939 Governor of Virginia, 1922-26
Bill Tuck
Politician
28-Sep-1896 9-Jun-1983 Governor of Virginia, 1946-50
Ernest Vandiver
Politician
3-Jul-1918 21-Feb-2005 Governor of Georgia, 1959-63
John Giffen Weinmann
Attorney
29-Aug-1928   White House Chief of Protocol, 1991-93
Robert Whilden
Business
1935   Former Partner, Vinson & Elkins
William W. Wilkins, Jr.
Judge
29-Mar-1942   4th Circuit Court of Appeals, 1986-2007
G. Mennen Williams
Politician
23-Feb-1911 2-Feb-1988 Governor of Michigan, 1949-61
William Winter
Politician
21-Feb-1923   Governor of Mississippi, 1980-84
Stephen M. Young
Politician
4-May-1889 1-Dec-1984 US Senator from Ohio, 1959-71


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