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Jeremiah Daniel Lambert, American lawyer, educator. Bar: New York 1960, District of Columbia 1964, United States Court Appeals (5th circuit) 1964, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1964. Fulbright scholar University Copenhagen, 1955-1956.


Lambert, Jeremiah Daniel was born on September 11, 1934 in New York City. Son of Noah D. and Clara (Ravage) Lambert.


Harvard University; Princeton University (Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, 1955). Yale University (Bachelor of Laws, 1959).


Worked at Lane & Mittendorf LLP (Washington, DC) specializing in Energy and Corporate Law. Admitted to the bar, 1960, New York. 1964, District of Columbia.

1971, United States. Supreme Court. Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Alpha Delta. Recipient, Fulbright Scholar, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 1955-1956.

Member, Board of Editors, Yale Law Journal, 1958-1959. Co-author: with Robert N. Jensen, "FERC Policy on Escalator Clauses Under the Natural Gas Policy Act," Public Utilities Fortnightly, March 15, 1979 and "FERC Policy on Price Escalator Clauses Under the Natural Gas Policy Act: An Update," Public Utilities Fortnightly, May 10, 1979. With William D. Coston, "Friendly Foes in the Iranian Assets Litigation," 7 Yale Journal of World Public Order 88, 1980.

"Price Relief under Existing Gas Purchase Contracts: The Indefinite Price Escalator Tangle," Eastern Mineral Law Institute, Proceedings of the Second Annual Institute, Matthew Bender, 1981. With Lawrence White, Handbook of Modern Construction Law, Prentice-Hall, 1982. With Nathalie P. Gilfoyle, "Reforming Natural Gas Markets: The Antitrust Alternative," Public Utilities Fortnightly, May 12, 1983.

With Jay D. Pedelty, "Mandatory Contract Carriage: The Changing Role of Pipelines in Competitive Natural Gas Markets," Public Utilities Fortnightly, February 7, 1985. Bypass in the Natural Gas Industry: The Fruit of Regulatory Change," Public Utilities Fortnightly, April 3, 1986. With J. Richard O'Neill, "Privatization of Municipal Hydroelectric Facilities Under Current Law," Public Utilities Fortnightly, February 4, 1988.

"Assessing The Impact of the United States. Canada Free Trade Agreement," Natural Gas, May 1988. "Privatizing Electricity in Britain: The Role of the National Grid," Public Utilities Fortnightly, March 30, 1989.

"Gas Supply for Independent Power Projects," Public Utilities Fortnightly, October 11, 1990. Co-Editor: with Fereidun Fesharaki, "Economic and Political Incentives to Petroleum Exploration," International Law Institute, 1990. Author with Lawrence White, Handbook of Modern Construction Law, Prentice Hall, 1981.

Trustee, International Law Institute, Washington, D.C., 1984-1988. Contributing Editor, World Cogeneration. Member, Electricity Futures Contracts Advisory Committee, New York Mercantile Exchange.

Member: The District of Columbia Bar. The Association of the Bar of the City of New York. Bar Association of the District of Columbia.

New York State, Federal and American Bar Associations. American Society of International Law.


1st lieutenant United States Army Reserve, 1963-1966. Member American Bar Association, American Society International Law, Distric Bar Association, Association Bar City New York, Cosmos Club, Princeton Club, Yale Club, Chevy Chase Club, Nassau Club, Beach Club (Palm Beach, Florida), Palm Beach, Phi Beta Kappa.


Married Vicki Anne Asher, July 25, 1959 (divorced). Children: Nicole Stirling, Alix Stewart, Leigh Asher. Married Sanda Kayden, December 3, 1983.

Children: Clare Kayden, Hilary Kayden.