Paul D. Borman
Staff attorney, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, 1962-1963
Assistant U.S. attorney, Eastern District of Michigan, 1964-1965
Vice-president/house counsel, Borman Food Stores, Inc., 1965-1967
Special counsel, Mayor`s Development Team, Detroit, Michigan, 1967
Special counsel, Mayor Jerome Cavanagh, Detroit, Michigan, 1967-1968
Professor, Wayne State University Law School, 1968-1979
Assistant dean, Wayne State University Law School, 1968-1973
Assistant prosecutor, Wayne County, Michigan, 1974-1975
Chief federal defender, Legal Aid & Defender Association of Detroit, Michigan, 1979-1994
Adjunct lecturer, University of Michigan Law School, 1981-1994
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