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journalist , Law educator , university administrator

Joel Lawrence Fleishman, American university administrator, journalist, law educator. Bar: North Carolina 1959.

Background

Fleishman, Joel Lawrence was born on April 15, 1934 in Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States. Son of Albert Maurice and Ruth (Zeighauser) Fleishman.

Education

Bachelor of Arts North Carolina, 1955. Juris Doctor, University North Carolina, 1959. Master of Arts, University North Carolina, 1959.

Master of Laws, Yale University, 1960. Doctor of Letters, Methodist College, 1986.

Career

Walter E. Meyer Research Institute Law, Walter E. Meyer Research Institute Law, 1960-1961;legal assistant to governor North Carolina, 1961-1965;director, Yale Summer High School, 1965-1967;associate provost, Urban Studies and Programs, Yale University, 1967-1969;associate director program development, Institute Social Science, 1969-1971;associate chairman, Center for Study of City, 1969-1971;lecturer political science, Center for Study of City, 1969-1971;associate professor of law, Duke U., Durham, North Carolina, 1971-1974;professor of law and policy science, Duke U., Durham, North Carolina, since 1974;vice-chancellor for education and research in public policy, Duke U., Durham, North Carolina, 1971-1978;vice chancellor, Duke U., Durham, North Carolina, 1978-1985;vice president university, Duke U., Durham, North Carolina, 1985-1988;senior vice president university, Duke U., Durham, North Carolina, 1988-1991;1st senior vice president university, Duke U., Durham, North Carolina, 1991-1993;director Institute Policy Sciences, Duke U., Durham, North Carolina, 1971-1982;co-director Center for Comm. and Journalism, Duke U., Durham, North Carolina, 1985-1993;director Center for Ethics, Public Policy and the Professions, Duke U., Durham, North Carolina, since 1992;chairman capital campaign for arts and science, Duke U., Durham, North Carolina, 1982-1992. President Ruth Z. Fleishman Foundation, Atlantic Philanthropic Svc. Company; New York City, since 1993.

Board directors Boston Science Corporation.

Achievements

  • Bar: North Carolina 1959.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: (with Bruce L. Payne) Ethical Dilemmas and the Education of Policymakers, 1980. Co-editor: Public Duties: The Moral Obligations of Public Officials, 1981. Editor: The Future of American Political Parties, 1982, The Future of the Postal Service, 1983.

      Wine columnist Vanity Fair magazine, 1984-1992.

Membership

Trustee John and Mary Markle Foundation, since 1989, chairman, 1989-1993. Trustee Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelly Foundation, since 1989, Joseph and Kathleen Bryan Foundation, since 1991, Dillard University, since 1975, Jewish Theological Seminary, since 1992, Brandeis University, since 1994, Artscroll Mesorah Foundation, since 1990, Ruth K. Broad Foundation for biomedical Research, since 1991. Chairman board trustees Urban Institute, since 1994.

Chairman international board overseers Seminary for Judaic Studies, since 1994. Chairman committee on airline deregulation National Research Council, 1989-1991. Director Center for Documentary Studies.

Member Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (president 1979-1980, member policy council 1979-1983), National Academy Public Administration, Order of Golden Fleece, Yale Club (New York City), Metropolitan Club (Washington), Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

father:
Albert Maurice Fleishman

mother:
Ruth (Zeighauser) Fleishman