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Ferdinand P. Schoettle, American Lawyer, educator ( law: pract. & administration)Taxation, state and localTaxation, personal incomelegal educator. Served to Lieutenant United States Navy, 1955-1957.; Member sailing United States Olympic Team, 1956, 60.; Member American Bar Association (chairman taxes and revenue committee 1979-1982), American Law Institute.

Background

Schoettle, Ferdinand P. was born on August 17, 1933 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Ferdinand P. and Helen Louise (White) Schoettle.

Education

Bachelor in History, Princeton University, 1955. Doctor of Laws, Harvard University, 1960. Master of Arts in Economics, Harvard University, 1978.

Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University, 1983.

Career

Assistant United States Senator J.S. Clark, Washington, 1961—1962. Associate Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, Philadelphia, 1963—1967. Guest scholar Brookings Institute, Washington, 1992—1993.

Professor University Minnesota Law School, Minneapolis, 1967—2005, professor emeritus, since 2005. Visiting professor Harvard University, 1972—1974, Uppsala University, Sweden, 1984, George Mason Law School, since 2005. Lieutenant United States Navy, 1955-1957.

Membership

Served to Lieutenant United States Navy, 1955-1957. Member sailing United States Olympic Team, 1956, 60. Member American Bar Association (chairman taxes and revenue committee 1979-1982), American Law Institute.

Connections

Married E. Bok Schoettle, February 13, 1965 (divorced 1976). Married D. Jean Thomson, November 24, 1979 (divorced 1982). Children: Michael, Derek, Katy.