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Daniel Martin Price, American lawyer, former federal official. Bar: District of Columbia 1981, Pennsylvania 1986, United States Supreme Court 1999. Named an American Keasbey scholar, Cambridge University, 1977-1978. Member Bush-Cheney Transition Team, 1999—2000; Member of American Bar Association, Council Foreign Relations, International Chamber of C., American Arbitration Association, Phi Beta Kappa.


Price, Daniel Martin was born on August 23, 1955 in St. Louis. Son of Albert and Edith S. (Werner) Price.


Bachelor, Haverford College, Pennsylvania, 1977. Diploma in law, Cambridge University, 1979. Juris Doctor, Harvard University, 1981.


Worked at Powell, Goldstein, Frazer & Murphy (Washington, DC) specializing in International Business Transactions, International Arbitration. Admitted to the bar, 1981, District of Columbia. 1986, Pennsylvania.

Phi Beta Kappa.

Articles Editor, Harvard Law Review, 1980-1981. Publications: "Multilateral Agreement on Investments," 31 International Lawyer, 205 (1997). "Agreement on Trade-Related Investment Measures," World Trade Organization--The Multilateral Trade Framework for the 21st Century and United States.

Implementing Legislation (1996). "Investment Rules and High Technology: Toward a Multilateral Agreement on Investment (MAI), Market Access After the Uruguay Round, OECD" (1996). "Investing in North America," International Financial Law Review (October, 1995).

"Towards a Multilateral Investment Regime: Results in the Uruguay Round and Prospects in the OECD," Int'l Banking and Financial Law (March, 1995). "Negotiate, Don't Legislate Reciprocity," in The Foreign Investment Debate (Cynthia Beltz ed., 1995). "Trans-Atlantic Joint Ventures at Risk," Export Today (November, 1994).

"An Overview of the NAFTA Investment Chapter," in North American Free Trade Agreement: A New Frontier in International Trade and Investment in the Americas (Bello, Holmer & Norton eds., 1994). "An Overview of the NAFTA Investment Chapter: Substantive Rules and Investor-State Dispute Settlement," 27 Int'l Lawyer 727 (1993). "Use of Preratification Senate Materials in Treaty Interpretation," 83 Am.

J. Int'l L. 918 (1989). "International Contract Disputes: The Arbitration Advantage," Export Today (July/August 1988). Office of the Legal Adviser, Department of State, 1982-1984.

Deputy Agent of the United States. to the Iran-United States. Claims Tribunal, 1984-1986. Principal Deputy General Counsel, Office of the United States.

Trade Representative, Washington, D.C., 1989-1992. Counsel, Organization for International Investment. Member, Panel of Arbitrators, American Arbitration Association.

Member: American Bar Association (Council Member, International Practice Section. Co-Chair, North American Free Trade Agreement Subcommittee). American Society of International Law.

Council on Foreign Relations.


  • Bar: District of Columbia 1981, Pennsylvania 1986, United States Supreme Court 1999.


  • Other Work

    • Editor: Harvard Law Review, 1980-1981. Contributor articles to professional journals.


Member American Bar Association (co-chairman trade commission on North America Free Trade Agreement), International Business Forum (legal advisory board 1987-1989), American Arbitration Association (panel arbitrators), International Chamber of Commerce (arbitrator), Organisation for International Investment (counsel), Phi Beta Kappa.


Married Kim Ellen Heebner, July 15, 1984. Children: Emma Rachel, Joseph Armin, Joshua Simon.

Albert Price

Edith S. (Werner) Price

Kim Ellen Heebner

Emma Rachel Price

Joseph Armin Price

Joshua Simon Price