Stanley Siegel taught at the University of Michigan Law School, 1966 - 1974.
BiographyFor three years subsequent to his magna cum laude graduation from Harvard Law in 1963, the Pentagon had Stanley Siegel in the Office of the General Counsel of the Secretary of the Air Force. He worked primarily in the area of government contracts and was a member of the Armed Services Procurement Regulation Committee, which had responsibility for preparing and revising three massive volumes of Defense Department-wide contract regulations. Siegel was also involved in negotiating several international research and development agreements, and he prepared Air Force testimony for Congressional committees.While at Harvard, Siegel was on the Law Review editorial board for two years.As an undergraduate at New York University, Siegel earned his B.S. summa cum laude, in 1960, from the School of Commerce. This background led him to take the Maryland CPA examination in 1965 and score highest in the state. The performance earned him the Elijah Watts Sells award, which is presented to those achieving the top ten grades in the country on the uniform national exam.Siegel is married and has no children. He is a member of the New York and District of Columbia Bars and also a member of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
-- From the University of Michigan Law School's Law Quadrangle Notes, V. 11, Iss. 02 (Spring 1967).
Siegel left Michigan Law in 1974 to return to practice.
Law Quadrangle Notes Articles
"Harris, Siegel, Wellman Take New Positions," 19 L. Quadrangle Notes 4 (Fall, 1974).
"High Quality of School Impresses 'Rookie' Prof.," 11 L. Quadrangle Notes 13-14 (Spring, 1967).