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Lawrence Francis Henneberger, American lawyer. Decorated Army Commendation medal; Loyola University scholar, 1956-1960; recipient Leader of Year award Loyola University, 1960, Outstanding Student Athlete award, 1958-1960, highest scholastic average award, 1960; Triangle award, Motor and Equipment Manufacturers Association, 1975.


Henneberger, Lawrence Francis was born on April 13, 1938 in Princeton, Indiana, United States. Son of Francis James and Vera Juanita (Rogers) Henneberger.


Loyola University, New Orleans (Bachelor of Business Administration, cum laude, 1960). Loyola School of Law (Bachelor of Laws, 1962). George Washington University (Master of Laws, 1968).


Worked at Arent Fox Kintner Plotkin & Kahn (Washington, DC) specializing in Advertising, Agriculture, Antitrust and Trade Regulation, Banking, Bankruptcy, Communications, Construction, Corporate and Securities, Cyberspace, Employee Benefit Plans, Energy, Environment, Food and Drug, Government Contracts, Health, Immigration, Intellectual Property, International, Labor, Legislation, Litigation, Municipal Finance, Real Estate and Tax Law, Sports and Entertainment Law, Telemedicine, White Collar Criminal. General Practice.

Admitted to the bar, 1962, Louisiana and Indiana. 1965, United States. Supreme Court.

1966, District of Columbia. Military: Judge Advocate General's Corps, United States. Army, 1962-1965

Arent Fox was founded in Washington, D.C. in 1942.

From its beginning, two features have characterized the Firm's practice: its expertise as Washington lawyers knowledgeable in the regulations and affairs of the Government and its ties to and representation to the Washington business community. Today the Firm has offices in Washington, D.C., New York, New York, Budapest, Hungary and Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia serving clients ranging from local businesses to foreign governments and international corporations.


  • Avocations: reading; classical and jazz music. Representational art. Long distance running.


Served to captain United States Army, 1962-1965. Member District of Columbia Bar Association, Indiana Bar Association, Louisiana Bar Association, Bar of Supreme Court of the United States Court.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading; classical and jazz music. Representational art. Long distance running.


Married Nancy E. Hanagan. Children: Lawrence Francis, James John.