Frank Seales, Jr.
Frank Seales, Jr., was born in Daytona Beach, Florida, where he graduated from Campbell Senior High School in 1967. He then attended Tennessee State University in Nashville, receiving his B.S. degree in Political Science in 1971. Seales enrolled at the Indiana University School of Law in the fall of 1971 and received his J.D. in the spring of 1974.
Seales began his legal career as a trial attorney for the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice (1975-1989). He then moved into state government serving eight years as Senior Assistant Attorney General and Chief of Antitrust and Consumer Litigation for the State of Virginia. In 1998, President Clinton appointed Seales Chief Counsel of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration – the first African-American to hold the position. In 2001, Seales became the General Counsel of the District of Columbia Department of Transportation.
In addition to his service in state and federal government, Seales has served as Treasurer of the National Bar Institute, Vice President of the National Bar Association, General Counsel for the National Coalition of Black Meeting Planners, and Vice President for the Friends Association for Children. Frank Seales, Jr., was inducted into the Indiana University School of Law Academy of Law Alumni Fellows in 2006.
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"Frank Seales, Jr." (1949). Maurer Notable Alumni. 62.