Eldon “Took” Crowell came to Washington after graduating from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1951. A specialist in government contracts and international law, he and several colleagues left Cleveland’s Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue 20 years ago to form Crowell & Moring. The firm ranked No. 11 in size among D.C. area firms in Legal Times’ 1999 survey.

Crowell, 75, is active in pro bono work and chairs the boards of the National Association for Public Interest Law and the City Lights School, a Northeast D.C. school for at-risk youth.

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