Born to Edward C. Renwick and Jalien Renwick in Los Angeles, CA.
Earns a Bachelor of Arts in pre-legal curriculum from Stanford University.
Obtains a Bachelor of Laws from Stanford University.
Is an associate at Hanna and Morton, LLP in Los Angeles, CA until 1962.
Is admitted to the State Bar of California.
Serves in the U.S. Army Reserves as 2nd lieutenant to captain until 1966.
Is a partner at Hanna and Morton, LLP in Los Angeles, CA through today.
Serves on the board of visitors of the Stanford Law School until 1969.
Becomes a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers.
Serves as chairman of the Natural Resources Law Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association until 1975.
Is a trustee of the California Arboretum Association until 1992.
Serves as chairman of the Section of Natural Resources, Energy and Environmental Law of the American Bar Association until 1988.
Is president of the Chancery Club until 1993.
Is a section representative and coordinator of Group Energy Law of the American Bar Association until 1997.