Purdue University (Bachelor of Science, Nuclear Engineering, 1983). Catholic University of America (Juris Doctor, 1993).
Worked at Egan & Associates, Professional Corporation (Washington, District of Columbia) specializing in Nuclear Law and Litigation, Energy Law, Public Utilities Law, Energy Department Counseling, International and Environmental Matters, Independent Power. Admitted to the bar, 1993, Maryland. 1994, United States. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit.
1996, District of Columbia and United States.
Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit. President, Purdue Chapter, American Nuclear Society, 1982-1983.
Nuclear Licensing Engineer, Gulf States Utilities Company, 1983-1985. Senior Licensing Engineer, Ebasco Services, 1985-1989.
Technical Consultant, Bishop Cook Purcell & Reynolds and its successor Winston & Strawn, 1989-1993.
Associate: Shaw Pittman Potts & Trowbridge, 1993-1994. Egan & Associates, Professional Corporation, 1994. Author: "Nuclear Power Sources In Space: A Historical Review", Nuclear News (November 1991).
Member: The District of Columbia Bar.
Maryland State and American Bar Associations. American Nuclear Society.
Egan & Associates, Professional Corporation is staffed by engineer-attorneys and consultants with advanced degrees or experience in the energy, environmental, and public utilities fields. The firm represents governments and clients from eighteen countries in highly complex technical and administrative matters and in litigation, and interfaces on legal and policy issues with the Departments of Energy, State, Defense, and Commerce, various state public utility commissions, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Arms Control & Disarmament Agency, the National Security Council, the United States.
Congress, Euratom, the International Atomic Energy Agency, and numerous non-governmental energy and environmental groups.
The firm also represents non-operating owners of nuclear plants and publishes the newsletter, "Company-Owner"s Quarterly.".
Member: The District of Columbia Bar. Maryland State and American Bar Associations. American Nuclear Society.