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Timothy Jeremiah-Mahoney Lynch

Timothy Jeremiah-Mahoney Lynch, lawyer, educator, theologian, realtor, writer. Bar: District of Columbia 1989, California, United States Court 2nd District Court of Appea circuit) 1989, United States Court Appeals (4th circuit) 1990; member Bar/Outer Temple/Commercial Bar of United Kingdom; European Economic Court of 1st Instance.

Background

  • Lynch, Timothy Jeremiah-Mahoney was born on June 10, 1952. Son of Joseph David and Margaret Mary (Mahoney) Lynch.

  • Education

    • Master of Science, Juris Doctor in Taxation, Golden Gate University, 1981. Master of Arts, Doctor of Philosophy in Modern European History, University San Francisco, 1983. Licentiate, Inter-American Academy, Rio de Janeiro, 1988.

      Doctor of Philosophy in Classics and Divinity/Theology, Harvard University, 1988. Doctor of Juridical Science in Constitutional Law, Hastings Law Center, 1990.

    Career

    • Legal business, tax, counsel Lynch Real Estate, San Francisco, 1981-1985. Researcher, writer Kolb, Roche & Sullivan, 1986-1988. Chairman international law department Timothy J.M. Lynch & Associates, 1987-1988, chairman, managing director law department, since 1988.

      Chairman, president, Chief Executive Officer Lynch Real Estate Investment Corporation, San Francisco, since 1989. Partner Lynch Investment Corporation. Board lawyer/arbitrators Pacific Coast Stock Exchange, National Association of Securities Dealers, since 1994.

      Chairman board Lynch Holdings Corporation Group. Corporate Counsel, senior partner Los Angeles Center International Commercial Arbitration, since 1991. Visiting fellow classics, Institute of Classical Studies, University London.

      Research professor Canon law and ecumenical church history graduate Theological Union University California Berkeley, since 1992. Visiting scholar Patristic theology and classical philosophy of ecumenical doctrines, University Laval, Quebec, Canada, since 1993. Visiting scholar Medieval church history University Leeds, England, 1993-1995.

      Delegate lecturer 24th International Congress Arts Communications, Kreble College, Oxford University, 1997. Arbitrator Iran-United States Claims Tribunal, The Hague, 1993. Member international corporation advisory board J.P. Morgan and Company, New York City.

      Board directors Morgan-Stanley Corporation, New York City. Chairman Latin American, African and Middle East Corporation Groups J.P. Morgan International, Corporation. Advisory board Morgan Stanley Corporation, New York City.

      Member Organization Economic Cooperation and Development, member advisory committee International Labor Organization. Participant Forum/A Group of International Leaders, California, 1995, member advisory board United States-Saudi Arabia Business Council, Organization of European Cooperation and Development on Industry and Finance, Paris, 1995, others. Appointed United States ambassador Special Delaware to Commission Security/Cooperative in Europe on Economic and Public Reforms in Russian Republics.

      Participant World Outlook Conference on 21st Century, 1995. Member National Planning Associations, Washington, British-North American Committee on Economic and Public Policy Planning, Global Economic Council. Member advisory board National Business Leadership Council, Washington.

      Member Arbitration Tribunal, Geneva. Judge World Intellectual Property Organizations. Selected arbitrator, member tribunal.

      Member arbitration board, panel of arbitrators North American Free Trade Agreement Trade Policy. Member advisory committee on private international law United States State Department, Washington. Member Dead Sea Scrolls Research Project, 1998.

      Member author and writers group on multi-volunteer translation series classical works from late Roman, medieval near eastern, patristic and early Christian church periods Princeton University, 1998, Catholic University American, 1998, University California, Berkely, 1998. Research professor Old and New Testament biblical literature commentary, 1998.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: District of Columbia 1989, California, United States Court 2nd District Court of Appea circuit) 1989, United States Court Appeals (4th circuit) 1990. Member Bar/Outer Temple/Commercial Bar of United Kingdom. European Economic Court of 1st Instance.

    Works

    • Author: (10 volunteer manuscript) History of Ecumenical Doctrines and Canon Law of Church. Editorial board International Tax Journal, 1993. Author: Publishers National Endowment for Arts and Humanities Classical Translations: Latin, Greek, and Byzantine Literary Texts for Modern Theological-Philosophical Analysis of Social Issues.

      Essays on Issues of Religious Ethics and Social, Public Policy Issues, 1995, 96, others. Editorial board International Tax Journal, 1993, Melrose Press: International Firm. Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Director, vice chairman Downtown Association San Francisco. Councillor, director Atlantic Council United States, since 1984. Corporate Counsel, chairman special arbitrator's tribunal on United States-Brazil trade, finance and banking relations Inter-American Commercial Arbitration Commission, Washington.

    Chairman national advisory committee United States-Middle East relations United States Middle East Policy Council, United States State Department, Washington, since 1989. Member President Bush's Advisory Commission on Economic and Public Policy Priorities, Washington, 1989. Member conference board Middle East Policy Council, United States State Department, Washington, since 1994.

    Elected member Council of Scholars United States Library. Congress, Washington. Board directors International Diplomacy Council, San Francisco Opera, Ballet, Symphony Associations.

    Fellow World Jurist Association, World Association Judges (Washington). Member Association of Trial Lawyers of America, International Bar Association (various committees, international litigation, taxation, labor issue), American Arbitration Association (panelist, international decree), American Foreign Law Association (various committees), American Society Church History, American Institute Archaeology (Boston), Pontifical Institute Medieval Studies (Toronto, Canada), American History Association, American Philological Association, Institute European Law, Medieval Academy American, Supreme Court of the United States Court History Society (presidential seal of honor, cultural diploma honor), J Canon Law Society United States, National Planning Association, National Association Scholars (Eminent Scholar of Year 1993), Netherlands Arbitration Institute (member General Panels of Arbitrators, member Permanent Court Arbitration), California Council International Trade (General Agreement of Tariff and Trades committee, tax committee, legislation committee), Practicing Law Institute, American Foreign Law Association (member editorial board Working Groups on Research Journal for Legal systems of Africa, Middle East, Latin American, European Economic Community and Soviet Union), United States-China Business Council (export committee, General Agreement of Tariff and Trades committee, banking and finance committee, import committee), Bay Area Council (corporation member), National Academy Conciliators (Special award), International Bar (member United States Group on Model on Insolvency Corporation Acts), Center International Commercial Arbitration, Commercial Club (various positions), American Venture Capital Association, Pacific Venture Capital Association, American Society International Law, Washington Foreign Law Society, Asia-Pacific Lawyers Association, Society Professionals in Dispute Resolution, British Institute International and Comparative Law, International Law Association (United States branch), Commercial Bar Association of United Kingdom (London), Inter-Pacific Bar Association (Tokyo. Member arbitration intellectual property, consitutional taxation, labor, legal groups), Institute European Law Faculty of Laws (United Kingdom), Urban Land Institute International, Middle East Institute (American-Arab Affairs Council), Inter-American Bar Association, since 1987, California Trial Lawyers Association, Center Reformation Research (co-chairman California State Committee on United States-Middle East Economic and Political Relations), Society Biblical Literature, American Academy Arts and Letters, American Academy Religion, World Literature Academy, Council Scholars, American Committee on United States-Japan Relations, Japan Society Northern California, Pan-American Association San Francisco, Society Industrial/Office Realtors, Association Entertainment Lawyers London, Royal Chartered Institute Arbitrators (London), Society Industrial and Office Realtors, Urban Land Institute, San Francisco Realtors Association, California Realtors Association, Council Foreign Relations, Chicago Council Foreign Relations, Conference Board, San Francisco Urban and Planning Association, United States Trade Facilitation Council, Asia Society, American Petroleum Institute, International Platform Association, San San Francisco Chamber of C. (business policy committee, public policy committee, co-chairman congressional issues study group), American Institute Diplomacy, Overseas Development Council (Middle East, Russian Republics, Latin American studies group), International Visiting Center (advisory board), Finance Executives Institute, National Association Corporation Directors, Heritage Foundation (board directors), Archaeological Institute American (fellow council near east studies, Egyptology), American Literature Judicature Society, Society of Biblical, National Association Industrial and Office Properties, World Literary Academy (Cambridge, England), American Academy Arts & Letters, American Academy Religion, President Club, National Association Business Economists, Villa Taverna Club, Palm Beach Yacht Club, Pebble Beach Tennis Club, California Yacht Club, Commonwealth Club, City Club San Francisco, British Bankers Club, London, San Diego Track Club (registered athlete), Crow Canyon Country Club (board directors), Western Venture Capital Association, American Venture Capital Association, Authors Guild, International Pen Society, diplomate-delegate World Economic Summit Conference, Paris, 1998, IOSECC Conference International Organization Securities Conference, Paris, 1998.

    Clubs: Crow Canyon Country Club, The Players.

    Personality

    Interests

    Theater, social entertainment events, opera, ballet, fine arts.

    Connections

    • father: Joseph David Lynch
    • mother: Margaret Mary (Mahoney) Lynch
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    Born June 10, 1952
    (age 65)
    • 1981
      Juris Doctor in Taxation
    • 1983
      Doctor of Philosophy in Modern European History
    • 1988
      Inter-American Academy
    • 1988
      Harvard University
    • 1990
      Hastings Law Center
    • 1981 - 1985
      Legal business
      San Francisco, California, United States
    • 1986 - 1988
      researcher, Kolb
    • 1986 - 1988
      writer, Kolb
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