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DAVID BEIER, American Lawyer, Partner of GENENTECH, INC.

Background

Beier, David W. was born on August 27, 1948 in Albany, New York, United States.

Education

Colgate University (Bachelor of Arts, 1970). Albany Law School of Union University (Juris Doctor, 1973).

Career

Admitted to the bar, 1974, New York and United States. District Court, Northern and Western Districts of New York (Not admitted California). Co-Author: Crime and Punishment in New York: An Inquiry Into Sentencing and the Criminal Justice System, 1979.

With Robert F. Drinan and Michael E. Ward, "The Federal Criminal Code: The Houses are Divided," 18 American Criminal Law Review 509, 1981. With Robert W. Kastenmeier, "Bail Reform Revisited," 32 Federal Bar Journal 82, 1985. With Robert W. Kastenmeier and Deborah Leavy, "Communications Privacy," 5 Communication Lawyer 1, 1987.

With Robert w. Kastenmeier, "Protection of United States Process Patents," Industrial Property, May, 1986, Volume 5, page 228. Adjunct Professor, School of Criminal Justice, Rochester Institute of Technology, 1976. Adjunct Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School, 1979.

Member, New York State Executive Advance Committee on Sentencing, 1978-1979. (Vice President-Government Affairs).

Membership

Member, New York State Executive Advance Committee on Sentencing, 1978-1979. (Vice President-Government Affairs).