Clarence L. Irving,, American former federal agency administrator. Bar: District of Columbia 1980. Named one of 50 Most Influential People in the Year of the Internet, Newsweek Magazine, 1995. Board visitors Stanford Law School, 1989-1992; board directors House of Republican Child Care Center, Inc. Member American Bar Association, District of Columbia Bar Association, National Conference Black Lawyers.
Irving,, Clarence L. was born on July 7, 1955 in Brooklyn.
Associate, Hogan & Hartson, Washington, 1979-1983;
legislation director, counsel, Republican Mickey Leland, 1983-1987;
staff chairman, House Fair Employment Practices Committee, 1985-1987;
senior counsel mass media, Subcommittee Telecomm. and Finance, House Committee Energy and Commerce, 1987-1992;
assistant secretary committee and information policy, Department of Commerce, Washington, since 1993. Presidentially appointed member of commission to reform Internal Revenue Service.
Board visitors Stanford Law School, 1989-1992. Board directors House of Representatives Child Care Center, Inc. Member American Bar Association, District of Columbia Bar Association, National Conference Black Lawyers.