Clyde S. Cahill Jr.
U.S. Air Force, 1942-1946
Private practice, St. Louis, Missouri, 1951-1954, 1961-1965
Assistant circuit attorney, St. Louis, Missouri, 1954-1961
Special assistant circuit attorney, St. Louis, Missouri, 1961-1964
Chief legal advisor, Missouri NAACP, 1958-1965
Regional attorney, U.S. Office of Economic Opportunity, Kansas City, Missouri, 1966-1968
General manager, Human Development Corporation, St. Louis, Missouri, 1968-1972
Executive director/general counsel, Legal Aid Society of St. Louis, Missouri, 1972-1975
Judge, Circuit Court of Missouri, Twenty-Second Judicial Circuit, 1975-1980
Saint Louis University School of Law
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