Lawrence L. Lamade

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Lawrence L. Lamade is a United States lawyer who was General Counsel of the Navy from 1988 to 1989.


Lawrence L. Lamade attended the Landon School, followed by Princeton University, receiving his B.A. in 1969. He then served as an officer in the United States Navy from 1969 to 1972. Upon leaving the Navy, he attended the Georgetown University Law Center and received a J.D. in 1975.

After law school, Lamade joined Baker & Hostetler as an associate attorney. In 1983, he became a partner at Baker & Hostetler.

On October 21, 1988, President of the United States Ronald Reagan nominated Lamade as General Counsel of the Navy and Lamade subsequently held this office from November 22, 1988 until November 21, 1989.

After leaving the Department of the Navy, Lamade returned to private practice. In 2000, he became a partner at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, where his practice has focused on employee benefits


Government offices
Preceded by
Walter T. Skallerup, Jr.
Harvey J. Wilcox (Deputy GC)
General Counsel of the Navy
November 22, 1988 – November 21, 1989
Succeeded by
Craig S. King