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Howard Richard Moskof, lawyer, businessman. Bar: Connecticut 1960, New York 1961, District of Columbia 1965.


Moskof, Howard Richard was born on May 19, 1935 in New York City. Son of Joseph Louis and Florence (Polesie) Moskof.


AB, Colgate University, 1956. Juris Doctor, Yale University, 1959.


Assistant director, deputy general counsel New Haven Redevelopment Agency, 1960. Legal assistant to mayor of New Haven, 1960. Assistant United States attorney District Connecticut, 1964.

Associate Donohue, Kaufmann and Shaw, Washington, 1965. Deputy director, general counsel District of Columbia Redevelopment Land Agency, 1965-1967. Executive director President's Committee Urban Housing, 1967-1968.

Vice president operations National Corporation Housing Partnerships, 1969-1970. Associate Hogan & Hartson, Washington, 1971, partner, 1972-1984. General manager Flower Mound New Town, Dallas, 1972.

President Oxford National Properties Corporation, since 1984. Lecturer Yale University, 1968-1970. Adjunct professor Georgetown University Law Center, 1980-1984.


Executive director New Haven Legal Aid Society, 1964. Board directors Committee for Responsible Budget. Trustee Georgetown Day School Served with Army of the United States, 1959-1960.

Member American Bar Association, Federal Bar Association, Bar Association District of Columbia, National Apartment Association (chairman legislation committee), National Association Securities Dealers (direct sales committee), Pi Sigma Alpha, Kappa Delta Rho, Phi Delta Phi. Clubs: University.


Married Ruth Patricia Singer, August 25, 1968. Children: Melissa Hope, Adam Daniel.