Cutler, Lloyd N. - from United States
Country of meeting: in the year 1973
Who served as White House Counsel to Presidents Carter and Clinton and was a founder of Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering in 1962. For half a century, he was one of America’s most distinguished public and private lawyers.
Mr. Cutler’s public career included prominent assignments from six Presidents. Under President Johnson, he was Special Counsel to the President’s Commission on Urban Housing and later Executive Director of the Eisenhower Commission (on the Causes and Prevention of Violence) appointed in 1968 in the wake of the Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy assassinations.
For President Carter, he served as White House Counsel and as Special Counsel to the President on Ratification of the Salt II Treaty and as the President’s Special Representative for Maritime Resource and Boundary Negotiations with Canada.
President Reagan made him a Senior Consultant to the President’s Commission on Strategic Forces (the Scowcroft Commission) and a presidential appointee to the Quadrennial Commission on Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Salaries. President George H.W. Bush appointed him Chair of the Quadrennial Commission. He returned to the White House as Special Counsel to President Clinton, and was appointed by President George W. Bush to serve on the Commission on Intelligence Capabilities of the United States.
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Member, North America Group