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David D. Aufhauser, American lawyer, former federal agency administrator. Bar: Pennsylvania 1977, District of Columbia 1978. Recipient The United States Treasury Department Alexander Hamilton award for Distinguished Service, 2003, Central Intelligence Agency Distinguished Service award and seal, 2003, Federal Bureau of Investigation Distinguished Service and Leadership Citation, 2003, United States Secret Service Director's Honor award, 2003.


Aufhauser, David D. was born on November 19, 1950 in New York, New York, United States.


Wesleyan University (Bachelor of Arts, 1972). Harvard University (Master of Business Administration, 1974). University of Pennsylvania (Juris Doctor, 1977).


Worked at Williams & Connolly. Admitted to the bar, 1977, Pennsylvania. 1978, District of Columbia.

Phi Beta Kappa. Arthur Littleton Legal Writing Fellow, University of Pennsylvania, 1976-1977. Author: "Post-Indictment and Pretrial Motions Practice," ALI-American Bar Association Conference (1997). "Investigations: Protecting the Company and Its Principals," American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section (1997).

"Environmental Crimes: A Defense Lawyer's Perspective," American Bar Association 21st Annual Conference on Environmental Law (March, 1992). General Counsel, RNC Credentials Committee, 1992 and 1996. Chairman, American Bar Association Committee on Environmental Crimes and Enforcement, 1993-1995.

Member: The District of Columbia Bar. American Bar Association (Member, Sections on: Securities, Environment, Criminal Justice, Litigation).


Member of board, Federal Financing Bank, 2001-2003, Civil Justice Reform Task Force, 1992, Edward Bennett Williams Inns of Court, 2002-2003, Bush-Cheney Election Contest Legal Representation Team, 2000-2001, Phi Beta Kappa.


Married; 3 children.