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Nancy Lillian Buc

Nancy Lillian Buc, American lawyer. Bar: Virginia 1969, New York 1977, District of Columbia 1978. Recipient Distinguished Service award Federal Trade Commission, Washington, 1972, Award of Merit Food and Drug Administration, Rockville, 1981, Secretary's Special citation Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, 1981, Indiana award Associated. Alumni of Brown University, 1991.

Background

  • Buc, Nancy Lillian was born on July 27, 1944 in Orange, New Jersey, United States. Daughter of George L. and Ethel (Rosenbaum) Buc.

  • Education

    • Brown University (Bachelor of Arts, 1965. Doctor of Laws, honoris causa, 1994). University of Virginia (Bachelor of Laws, 1969).

    Career

    • Worked at Buc & Beardsley. Admitted to the bar, 1969, Virginia. 1977, New York; 1978, District of Columbia.

      Fellow, 1980-1992 and Trustee, 1973-1978, Brown University. Trustee, Virginia Law School Foundation, 1990—. Board Member: The Alan Guttmacher Institute, 1989-1995.

      Women's Legal Defense Fund, 1993—. Member: National Institute of Health Recombinant DNA Advisory Committee, 1990-1994. Office of Technology Assessment Advisory Committee on New Developments in Biotechnology, 1986-1988.

      Office of Technology Assessment Advisory Panel on Government Policies and Pharmaceutical Research and Development, 1989-1993. Institute of Medicine Committees on Medications Development, Research at the National Institute of Drug Abuse, 1993-1994. Applications of Biotechnology to Contraceptive Research and Development, 1994-1996.

      Member, American Bar Association Antitrust Law Section Special Committee to Study the Federal Trade Commission, 1988-1989. Assistant General Counsel, Department of Health and Human Services and Chief Counsel, Food and Drug Administration, 1980-1981. Recipient, Secretary's Special Citation and FDA Award of Merit, January, 1981.

      Attorney, including Attorney-Adviser to Chairman Miles W. Kirkpatrick and Assistant Director, Bureau of Consumer Protection, 1969-1972, Federal Trade Commission. Partner, 1977-1980, 1981-1994 and Associate, 1972-1977, Weil, Gotshal & Manges.

    Membership

    Member: National Institute of Health Recombinant DNA Advisory Committee, 1990-1994. Office of Technology Assessment Advisory Committee on New Developments in Biotechnology, 1986-1988. Office of Technology Assessment Advisory Panel on Government Policies and Pharmaceutical Research and Development, 1989-1993.

    Institute of Medicine Committees on Medications Development, Research at the National Institute of Drug Abuse, 1993-1994. Applications of Biotechnology to Contraceptive Research and Development, 1994-1996. Member, American Bar Association Antitrust Law Section Special Committee to Study the Federal Trade Commission, 1988-1989.

    Assistant General Counsel, Department of Health and Human Services and Chief Counsel, Food and Drug Administration, 1980-1981. Recipient, Secretary's Special Citation and FDA Award of Merit, January, 1981. Attorney, including Attorney-Adviser to Chairman Miles W. Kirkpatrick and Assistant Director, Bureau of Consumer Protection, 1969-1972, Federal Trade Commission.

    Partner, 1977-1980, 1981-1994 and Associate, 1972-1977, Weil, Gotshal & Manges. Fellow, 1980-1992 and Trustee, 1973-1978, Brown University. Trustee, Virginia Law School Foundation, 1990—.
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    Born July 27, 1944
    (age 73)