1968, Bachelor's, Georgetown University; 1968-70, studies as Rhodes Scholar, University of Oxford, UK; 1973, degree in Law, Yale University Law School. 1974-76, Professor, University of Arkansas Law School. Formerly: attorney in private firm, Little Rock, Arkansas; 1976, Attorney-General, Arkansas; 1978-92, Governor, State of Arkansas; 1993-2001, President of the United States of America. Chairman: 1986-87, Education Commission of the States; 1986-87, National Governor's Association; 1989-90, Lower Mississippi Delta Development Commission; 1990-91, Democratic Leadership Council. 2001, Founder, William Jefferson Clinton Foundation. Author of book, My Life, an autobiography (2004).