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LESLIE COHEN, American Lawyer, Partner of FEDERAL HOME LOAN MORTGAGE CORPORATION.

Background

COHEN, LESLIE was born on August 8, 1957 in Brooklyn, New York, United States.

Education

Harvard University; Bryn Mawr College (Bachelor of Arts. cum laude, 1979). New York University (Juris Doctor, 1983).

Career

Working as a partner of FEDERAL HOME LOAN MORTGAGE CORPORATION. LESLIE B. COHEN, bora Brooklyn, New York, August 8, 1957. Admitted to bar, 1983, Pennsylvania and District of Columbia. Education: Harvard University.

Bryn Mawr College (Bachelor of Arts. cum laude, 1979). New York University (Juris Doctor, 1983). Member: The District of Columbia Bar.

American Bar Association. (Counsel) International Legal Materials 146, 1976. Note, Proposed Legislation on Immunity of Foreign Sovereigns, 15 Harv.

Int’l L.J. 157, 1974. Book Review, R. J. Erickson’s International Law and the Revolutionary State, 14 Harv. Int’l L.J. 646, 1974.

Moderator, Panel of Soviet, Hungarian and Yugoslav experts at conference on ''International Telecommunications and East-West Relations,” American University, 1989. "Domestic Security and Individual Rights under the Reagan Administration’s New Guidelines," report published by the American Bar Association, 1985. "International Licensing and the Justice Department’s Expected Guidelines on Vertical Restraints," speech before the Patent, Trademark and Copyright Committee, Section of International Law, American Bar Association, August 5, Counsel, United States.

Senate Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities, 1975-1976. Special Assistant to the Assistant Attorney General for Legislative Affairs, United States. Department of Justice, 1977-1979.

Associate Deputy Attorney General, 1979. Special Assistant to the Attorney General, 1979-1981. Legislative Director, United States.

Senator Arlen Specter, 1985-1986. Trustee, Princeton, 1972-1976. Member, Council on Foreign Relations, 1980-1985.

Associate: Covington & Burling, Washington, D.C., 1976-1977. Milbank, Tweed, Hodley & McCloy, New York, N.Y., 1981-1984. Of Counsel, Squire, Sanders & Dempsey, Cleveland, Ohio, 1986-1989.

Member:; Admitted to the bar, 1983, Pennsylvania and District of Columbia.

Membership

The District of Columbia Bar. American Bar Association. (Counsel) International Legal Materials 146, 1976.

Note, Proposed Legislation on Immunity of Foreign Sovereigns, 15 Harv. Int’l L.J. 157, 1974. Book Review, R. J. Erickson’s International Law and the Revolutionary State, 14 Harv.

Int’l L.J. 646, 1974. Moderator, Panel of Soviet, Hungarian and Yugoslav experts at conference on ''International Telecommunications and East-West Relations,” American University, 1989. "Domestic Security and Individual Rights under the Reagan Administration’s New Guidelines," report published by the American Bar Association, 1985.

"International Licensing and the Justice Department’s Expected Guidelines on Vertical Restraints," speech before the Patent, Trademark and Copyright Committee, Section of International Law, American Bar Association, August 5, Counsel, United States. Senate Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities, 1975-1976. Special Assistant to the Assistant Attorney General for Legislative Affairs, United States.

Department of Justice, 1977-1979. Associate Deputy Attorney General, 1979. Special Assistant to the Attorney General, 1979-1981.

Legislative Director, United States. Senator Arlen Specter, 1985-1986. Trustee, Princeton, 1972-1976.

Member, Council on Foreign Relations, 1980-1985.