R. Kenton Musgrave
The Honorable R. Kenton Musgrave, Judge on the US Court of International Trade.
"Appointed by President Reagan, 1987. Education: B.A. [Economics], University of Washington, 1948; Editorial Staff, Journal of International Law, Emory University; J.D. with Distinction, Emory University, 1953. Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition, 1999. Assistant General Counsel, Lockheed Aircraft and Lockheed International, 1953-1962; Vice President & General Counsel, Mattel, Inc., 1963-1971; Director, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Combined Shows, Inc., 1968-1972; Commission, BSA (Atlanta) 1952-1955; Partner, Musgrave, Welbourn & Fertman, 1972-1975; Assistant General Counsel, Pacific Enterprises, 1975-1981; Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary, Vivitar Corporation, 1981-1985; Vice President and Director, Santa Barbara Applied Research Corp., 1982-1987; Trustee, Morris Animal Foundation, 1981-1994; Director Emeritus, Pet Protection Society, 1981--; Director, Dolphins of Shark Bay (Australia) Foundation, 1985--; Trustee, Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund, 1987--; Vice President and Director, South Bay Social Services Group, 1963-1970; Director, Palos Verdes Community Arts Association, 1973-1979; Member, Governor of FloridaUs Council of 100, 1970-1973; Counsel, League of Women Voters, 1964-1966; Member, State Bar of Georgia, 1953--; State Bar of California, 1962--; Los Angeles County Bar Association, 1962-- and Chairman, Corporate Law Departments Section, 1965-1966; admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court 1962; Supreme Court of Georgia, 1953; California Supreme Court, 1962; United States Customs Court, 1967; United States Court of International Trade, 1980. Publications: Co-author The GATT-Tuna Dolphin Dispute: An Update, New Mexico School of Law, Natural Resources Journal (New Mexico) 1993." 
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Resources and articles
- R. Kenton Musgrave, cit.uscourts.gov, accessed May 27, 2010.