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Donald Hugh Green, American lawyer. Bar: Florida 1956, New York 1957, District of Columbia 1960. Decorated Legion of Merit.


Green, Donald Hugh was born on May 26, 1929 in Elizabeth, New Jersey, United States.


AB, Syracuse University, 1951. Bachelor of Laws, Harvard University, 1954.


Attorney Office of Legal Counsel, United States Department Justice, Washington, 1958-1960, attorney civil division, 1960-1961. Associate Bergson & Borkland, 1961-1965. Partner Wald, Harkrader & Ross, 1966-1987.

Vice chairman executive committee managing partner, of counsel Pepper, Hamilton LLP, since 1987, member executive committee, managing partner District of Columbia office, 1995—2000. Member faculty curriculum committee Legal Education Institute, United States Department Justice, Washington, 1985-1992. Lecturer Georgetown Law Center, Washington, since 1981, various symposia District of Columbia Bar.

Adjunct professor Georgetown Law Center, 1992-1903. Appointed defense advisory committee on women in the services Secretary of Defense, 1999, executive committee 1999-1901.


Member, chairman trustees Cedar Lane Unitarian Church, Bethesda, 1972-1975. Coxswain United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, since 2001. Colonel United States Marine Corps Reserve, 1954-1985.

Member American Bar Association, International Association Women Judges (member board managing trustees since 2002), Federal Bar Association, American Arbitration Association, Joint Services Committee on Professional Ethics, National Panel Arbitrators, Federal American Inn of Court (president 1994-1995).


  • Other Interests

    Painting, boating, tennis.


Son of Mortimer Jordan and Edna (Reinherz) G.;m. Carol Margaret Medsger, September 20, 1960. Children: Michael, Margaret, Matthew, Mark.