Bachelor in England Literature, U. North Carolina, 1965; postgraduate, Institute of Higher International Studies, Switzerland, 1965-1966; Juris Doctor with honors, George Washington University, 1972.
Special assistant to, Sen. Edmund S. Muskie, Muskie for President Committee, 1970-1972;
attorney, Covington & Burling, Washington, 1972-1975;
executive director, National Democratic Platform Committee, Democratic National Convention, 1975-1976;
commissioner, Public Service communications Maryland, 1975-1978;
member, 96th-99th Congresses from 8th Maryland. District
member foreign affairs committee, chairman metropolitan affairs subcommittee, chairman Western Hemisphere subcommittee, member budget committee, 96th-99th Congresses from 8th Maryland.
District chairman, Federal Government Service Task Force partner, Arent, Fox, Kintner, Plotkin & Kahn, Washington, 1987-1993; partner, Hogan & Hartson, Washington, since 1993. Chairman Center for National Policy, since 1993. Co-chairman United States-Panama Business Council.
Board directors Washington Gas Light Company, Overseas Development Council, International Human Rights Law Group, Center for International Policy. Senior advising committee National Democratic Institute foir International Affairs. Chairman Commision on United States-L.Am.
Rels.; lecturer in field. Provider regular commentary Fox television, WMAL Radio, Washington.
Member, George Washington University Law Review, 1973. Commissioner, Maryland Public Service Commission, 1975-1978. Vice Chairman, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission, 1976-1978.
Representative, United States.
Congress, 1979-1987. Member: Center for National Policy (Chairman). United States.-Panama Business Council (Company-Chair).
University of Maryland Foundation. Center for International Policy.
Member, Board of Directors: Washington Gas Light Company.
Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, 1987-1992. International Human Rights Law Group, 1987. Member, Inter-American Dialogue, Council on Foreign Relations, Washington Institute on Foreign Affairs, and Senior Advisory Committee of the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs.
Member: The District of Columbia Bar.
Married Claudia Fangboner, June 13, 1970. Children— Sarah Dillon, Garrett Hatton.