January 3, 2004 - Pacific Islands: Carl B. Ingram has lived in the Marshall Islands since 1979 when he arrived as a Peace Corps Volunteer

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Carl B. Ingram has lived in the Marshall Islands since 1979 when he arrived as a Peace Corps Volunteer



Carl B. Ingram has lived in the Marshall Islands since 1979 when he arrived as a Peace Corps Volunteer

American attorney Carl B. Ingram was confirmed by the Nitijela (Parliament) in early March as a new associate justice of the Marshall Islands High Court. Ingram, who has lived in the Marshall Islands since 1979 when he arrived as a Peace Corps Volunteer, has been appointed to a 10-year term. Its a great honor and also a great challenge, Ingram says. A graduate of Stanford Law School, Ingram was Attorney General from 1982 to 1983, then legal advisor to President Amata Kabua during the approval process for the first Compact of Free Association in the 1983-85 period. Hes been in private practice in Majuro since.




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