Associate Cravath, Swaine & Moore, New York City, 1959-1963. Senior partner Peabody, Lambert & Meyers, Washington, 1969-1984. Partner Shook, Hardy & Bacon, 1997—2002.
Co-chairman board directors Global Crossing, Ltd., 2002—2003, member executive committee, since 2003. Chairman board directors Asia Global Crossing, Ltd., 2002—2003. Founder, partner Law Offices Jeremiah D. Lambert, Washington, 2002—2006, since 2008.
Adjunct professor law Georgetown University, Washington, 1978-1979. Trustee International Law Institute, Washington, 1983-1988. Member advisory committee on Electricity Futures Contracts, New York Mercantile Exchange, 1994-1995.
Member board editors Yale Law Journal, 1958-1959.
- Creating Competitive Power Markets: The PJM Model
- This comprehensive model of the nation's largest, most technically advanced and forward-thinking power pool - Pennsylvania, Jersey, Maryland (PJM) - provides a window on state-of-the-art solutions to complex, organizational, managerial, technical, and regulatory issues that cut across the entire industry in transition.
- Energy Companies and Market Reform: How Deregulation Went Wrong
- During the last two decades deregulation and restructuring were widely expected to transform the nation’s energy industries, bringing more competitive pricing and abundant, reliable energy to the public.
Author: Creating Competitive Power Markets: The PJM Model, 2001, Energy Companies and Market Reform: How Deregulation Went Wrong, 2006. Author, editor (with Fereidun Fesharaki): Economic and Political Incentives to Petroleum Development, 1990. Co-author (with Lawrence White): Handbook of Modern Construction Law, 1982.
Member editorial advisory board, contributor The Impact of Competition, 2000. Contributor articles to legal publications.
1st lieutenant United States Army Reserve, 1963-1966. Member American Bar Association, American Society International Law, Distric Bar Association, Association Bar City New York, Cosmos Club, Princeton Club, Yale Club, Chevy Chase Club, Nassau Club, Beach Club (Palm Beach, Florida), Palm Beach, Phi Beta Kappa.