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Paul Davis Pearlstein

Paul Davis Pearlstein, German, American lawyer. Bar: Virginia 1962, District of Columbia 1963, Maryland 1990, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1970, certified: American Arbitration Association (arbitrator), Finance Industry Regulatory Authority, American Board of Certified (business bankruptcy specialist).

Background

Pearlstein, Paul Davis was born on January 3, 1938 in Berlin, New Hampshire, United States. Son of Victor and Sophia (Davis) Pearlstein.

Education

University of Pennsylvania (Bachelor of Arts, 1959). University of Virginia (Bachelor of Laws, 1962).

Career

Worked at Pearlstein & Jacques (Washington, DC) specializing in Real Estate, Bankruptcy, Trials, Estate Planning. Admitted to the bar, 1962, Virginia. 1963, District of Columbia.

1970, United States. Supreme Court. 1990, Maryland.

Author: "The Tao of Arbitration," Commercial Law Bulletin, July/August 1991. "Fraudulent Conveyances and Preferences," Chapter 21, Real Property Practice and Litigation, Shepards/McGraw-Hill, 1990.

"The Arcane Impact of the Bankruptcy Law Upon Real Estate Transactions," Probate and Property, American Bar Association, 1987. Editor, "Real Estate Practice in D.C., MD. and Va.," 2 Volume, Bar Association of District of Columbia, 1995. Member, Advisory Rules Committee, United States.

Bankruptcy Court for the District of Columbia, 1984—. Member, Board of Directors, Council for Court Excellence, 1988—. Chair, D.C. Probate Reform Study, 1990-1993.

Member: The District of Columbia Bar (Continuing legal education Lecturer, Real Estate and Bankruptcy, 1982—). Bar Association of the District of Columbia (Treasurer, 1996-1998, Secretary, 1986-1987, Board of Directors, 1991-1993, and President, 1990-1991, Research Foundation). Virginia State Bar; Maryland State, Federal and American Bar Associations.

Trial Lawyers Association of Washington, D.C. (Board of Governors, 1985-1991). The George Washington American Inn of Court (President, 1992-1993). Fellow, American Bar Foundation.

Military: Captain, United States Army Reserve, Signal Corps. Active duty, 1962-1964 (Board Certified Business Bankruptcy Specialist, CLLA Academy).

Membership

Member, Advisory Rules Committee, United States. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Columbia, 1984—. Member, Board of Directors, Council for Court Excellence, 1988—.

Chair, D.C. Probate Reform Study, 1990-1993. Member: The District of Columbia Bar (Continuing legal education Lecturer, Real Estate and Bankruptcy, 1982—). Bar Association of the District of Columbia (Treasurer, 1996-1998, Secretary, 1986-1987, Board of Directors, 1991-1993, and President, 1990-1991, Research Foundation).

Virginia State Bar; Maryland State, Federal and American Bar Associations. Trial Lawyers Association of Washington, D.C. (Board of Governors, 1985-1991). The George Washington American Inn of Court (President, 1992-1993).

Fellow, American Bar Foundation. Military: Captain, United States Army Reserve, Signal Corps. Active duty, 1962-1964 (Board Certified Business Bankruptcy Specialist, CLLA Academy).

Fellow, American Bar Foundation. Military: Captain, United States Army Reserve, Signal Corps. Active duty, 1962-1964 (Board Certified Business Bankruptcy Specialist, CLLA Academy).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Kayaking, outrigger canoeing, mandolin, guitar, rowing.

Connections

Married Patricia Hurston, June 1964 (divorced). Children: Laura Sue, David Seth. Married Marilyn Mills, January 11, 1981.

Children: Adam Lowell, Susanna Lee.