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Charles Chauncey, Jr. (1777-1849)

  • Charles Chauncey, Jr.
     
  • Charles Chauncey, Jr.
     

Education: Yale College

Admitted to Bar: 1798, Connecticut; 1799, Pennsylvania

Professional Career:

  • Founding member of the Law Library Company of the City of Philadelphia; Director, 1811-1815
  • Associated Members of the Bar of Philadelphia, Committee of Censors, 1821
  • Law Association of Philadelphia, Committee of Censors, 1827-1841; Finance Committee 1841-1842

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