James Phillip Chandler III Edit Profile
Bachelor, University California, Berkeley, 1962. Juris Doctor, University California, Davis, 1970. Master of Laws, Harvard University, 1971.
Doctor of Laws (honorary), La Academia Mexicana de Derecho Internacional, 1988.
Graduate fellow Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1970—1971. Fellow Academy Engineering of the National Academy of Sciences, Washington, 1971. Faculty fellow engineering department Stanford University, California, 1972.
Distinguished visiting professor law University Mississippi, Oxford, 1975. Professor law and director Computers in Law Institute George Washington University National Law Center, Washington, 1977—1993. Managing principal The Chandler Law Firm, Chartered, since 1979.
President, board directors National Intellectual Property Law Institute, since 1993. Visiting scholar Harvard University, Cambridge, 1984. Consultant United States General Accounting Office, Washington, 1973—1982, Computer Application in the Courts, Maryland Court of Appeals, Administrative Office of the Courts, Annapolis, 1974—1976.
Member White House National Infrastructure Assurance Council, Washington, 1999.
Member of Army-Navy Club District of Columbia.
Married Elizabeth Thompson (divorced). Children: James P. IV, Elizabeth Lynne, Dennis Augustine, Ruth Rebekah, Isaac II, Aaron Daniel Pushkin, David Martin Thompson.