Donald Cress Reiley III Edit Profile
Bachelor in English, Franklin & Marshall College, 1962. Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, 1962. Juris Doctor, American University, 1972.
Associate engineer Project Apollo, Huntsville, Alabama, 1964-1967. Patent examiner United States Patent Office, Arlington, Virginia, 1967-1975. Patent classifier United States Patent & Trademark Office, 1975—2002, patent examiner/classifier, 2002—2003.
Associate International Law Institute, since 2000.
Science fair judge Regional High School Science Fairs, Washington, District of Columbia, 1975-1998, Internt. High School Science Fair Tulsa, Louisville, Pittsburgh. Expert panel member Merit Commission on Secondary Education, Las Cruces, New Mexico, 1992-1993.
Volunteer Legal Counsel for Elderly, Washington, 1994-1996. Member District of Columbia Post Office Customer Advisory Council, since 1995. Member American Society Metals (life), Patent Documentation Society (secretary 1976-1978), Patent & Trademark Office Society (board directors 1978-2002), World Future Society (professor member 1978-1998), Institute Global Ethics, Government Intellectual Property Lawyers Association, Masons (life).