. Order of the Coif. Long Comment Editor, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 1969-1970. Law Clerk, Honorary Edward Weinfeld, United States.\r\nDistrict Court, Southern District of New York, 1970-1971.
Worked at Forrester Norall & Sutton (Brussels) specializing in Firm engaged in European Commission/European Union and International Practice but not authorized to appear before the Belgian Courts. Admitted to the bar, 1971, New York (Not admitted in Belgium). Order of the Coif. Long Comment Editor, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 1969-1970.\r\nLaw Clerk, Honorary Edward Weinfeld, United States.
District Court, Southern District of New York, 1970-1971. Author: "Judicial Review of Anti-Dumping Measures," European Law Review, 1984.\r\n"New Trends in Anti-dumping Practice in Brussels," The World Economy, 1986. Company-Author: "The Laicization of Community Law," Common Market Law Review, 1984.
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