College of the City of New York (Bachelor of Science, 1941). Columbia University (Bachelor of Laws, 1948).
Worked at Shea & Gardner (Washington, District of Columbia) specializing in General Practice. Admitted to the bar, 1948, New New York 1949, District of Columbia.
Editor-in-Chief, Columbia Law Review, 1948.
Trustee, 1975-1995 and Chairman, 1980-1988, Center for Law & Social Policy. Author: "Federal Regulations of Insurance Contracts on Financial Services Revolution," Irwin Professor Publishers, 1996.
Member: The District of Columbia Bar (Chairman, Board on Professional Responsibility, 1979-1982). Virginia State Bar; American Bar Association.
American Law Institute.
Shea & Gardner was founded in Washington, District of Columbia, in 1947 by two former high-ranking government lawyers. The firm, which now has 38 partners, is engaged in general civil and criminal litigation in the federal and state courts across the United States, rulemaking and adjudicative proceedings before administrative agencies, domestic and international corporate advice and transactions, legal counseling, commercial and labor negotiations, arbitration and mediation, and legislative representation. The firm is nationally known for the quality of its lawyers, its responsive and efficient approach to the needs of its clients, and the results it achieves for clients with difficult problems.
Member: The District of Columbia Bar (Chairman, Board on Professional Responsibility, 1979-1982). Virginia State Bar; American Bar Association. American Law Institute.