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Ihor O. E. Kotlarchuk Edit Profile

Ihor O. E. Kotlarchuk, Ukrainian Lawyer ( law: pract. & administration)Criminallawyer. Decorated Bronze Star, Legion of Merit. Served with Judge Advocate General, United States Army, 1969-1973, now colonel United States Army Reserve.; Member of New York State Bar, District of Columbia Bar, American Bar Association, Reserve Officers Association Alpha Delta. Ukrainian Catholic.

Background

Kotlarchuk, Ihor O.E. was born on July 31, 1943 in Ukraine. Came to the United States, 1946, naturalized, 1957. Son of Emil and Lidia N. (Maceluch) Kotlarchuk.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Finance, Fordham University, 1965. Juris Doctor, Fordham University, 1968. Master of Laws, Georgetown University, 1974.

Master of Arts in Government, Georgetown University, 1982. Master of Education, Mary Washington College, 2003.

Career

Senior trial attorney criminal section tax division United States Department Justice, Washington, 1973-1978, civil section tax division, 1978-1980, fraud section criminal division, 1980-1984, internal security section criminal division, 1984-1997. Retired, 1999; senior international law enforcement advisory on tax policy/enforcement United States Treasury Department, since 2000. Private practice law Alexandria, Virginia, since 2001.

Teacher social studies, Stafford, Virginia, 2003—2008.

Membership

President Washington Group, 2000-2005, also board directors. Board directors Alexandria Times. President District of Columbia branch, Ukrainian Congress Committee American, since 2006.

With United States Army, 1969-1973, Vietnam, Judge Advocate General, retired colonel United States Army Reserve. Member of American Bar Association, Ukrainian American Bar Association (board directors, board governors since 2006), District of Columbia Bar Association, Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, Virginia State Bar Association, New York State Bar Association, Ukrainian Association Washington, District of Columbia (president 2000-2001), Reserve Officers Association, Phi Alpha Delta.