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Paul Frederick Rothstein

Paul Frederick Rothstein, American Lawyer, educator ( law: pract. & administration)Civil litigation, federalCivil litigation, stateCriminallawyer, educator. Recipient U. Iowa Legal Education award 1974, Distinguished Public Service award Crime Victims Compensation Board, 1978; other civic and professional awards; Fulbright scholar, Oxford, England, 1962-1963.

Background

Rothstein, Paul Frederick was born on June 6, 1938 in Chicago, Bachelor of Science, Northwestern University, 1958, Bachelor of Laws, 1961. Bar: Illinois 1962, District of Columbia 1967, Supreme Court of the United States Connecticut 1975. Instructor U. Michigan Law School, 1963.

Education

Associate professor of law University Texas, 1964-1967. Member Surrey, Karasik, Gould & Greene, Washington, 1967-1970. Professor GeorgetownU. Law Center, Washington, 1970— American Bar Association (chairman rules of evidence and criminal procedure committee, criminal justice section since 1984), universities.

Special.counsel United States Senate Judicial Committee Subcommittee on Criminal Laws and Procedures, 1975-1977, United States House of Representatives Judicial Committee Subcommittee on Criminal Law, 1980. Consultant Treasury, 1967-1974, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1970, Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, 1969-1975, National Academy Sciences, 1976-1977, District of Columbia Law Revision Commission, 1976-1978. Speaker, coordinator numerous legal education seminars for judges and lawyers, since 1970.

Career

Instructor University Michigan Law School, 1963. Associate professor law University Texas, 1964-1967. Member Surrey, Karasik, Gould & Greene, Washington, 1967-1970.

Professor Georgetown University Law Center, since 1970. Special counsel United States Senate Judicial Committee Subcommittee on Criminal Laws and Procedures, 1975-1977. Special counsel United States House of Representatives Judicial Committee Subcommittee on Criminal Law, 1980.

Consultant Treasury, 1967-1974, Department of Health, 1970, Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, 1969-1975, National Academy of Sciences, 1976-1977, 95-96, District of Columbia Law Revision Commission, 1976-1978. Speaker, coordinator numerous legal education seminars for judges and lawyers, since 1970.

Membership

Member Federal Bar Association (chairman federal rules of evidence committee 1974-1977, Distinguished Service award 1975, national council 1976-1980, chairman continuing legal education committee 1980), District of Columbia Bar (continuing legal education board since 1980), American Bar Association (chairman rules of evidence and criminal procedure committee, criminal justice section 1984-1988), Association American Law Schools (secretary evidence section 1976, chairman 1977), National Association Criminal Injuries Compensations Boards (secretary 1977-1980), International Association Criminal Injuries Compensation Boards.