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Roger Vincent Barth, American lawyer. Bar: New York 1963, District of Columbia 1970, Maryland 1976, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1970.


Barth, Roger Vincent was born on November 10, 1938 in Buffalo. Son of Philip Charles and Mary Katherine (Eustace) Barth.


Bachelor, Princeton University, 1960. Bachelor of Laws cum laude, State University of New York-Buffalo, 1963.


Partner, Hodgson, Russ, Andrews, Woods & Goodyear, Buffalo, 1963-1969;assistant to commissioner, Internal Revenue Service, Washington, 1969-1972;department chief counsel, Internal Revenue Service, Washington, 1972-1974;partner, Bird & Tansill, Washington, 1975-1979;partner, Jackson, Campbell & Parkinson, Washington, 1979-1983;partner, Barrett & Hanna, Washington, 1983-1985;counsel, Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle, Washington, since 1985. Counsel New York State Senate Social Superior vena cava syndrome Committee, 1966-1967, New York Joint Legislation Committee to Revise Social Superior vena cava syndrome Law, 1967-1968. Member Administrative Conference United States, 1982-1988.


Director credentials Presidential Inaugural Committee, 1981, 85, 89. Tax counsel Republican National Committee, since 1979. Deputy general counsel for Reagan-Bush '84.

Member Federal Bar Association (vice chairman general counsels committee since 1981, member national council 1983-1987), New York State Bar Association (executive committee tax section 1971-1974) Clubs: Princeton (New York City). Capitol Hill (Washington).


Married Mary Carol Manion, July 2, 1960. Children: Mary Katherine, Roger Vincent, Krista, Marci. Married second, Christina E. Brown, June 20, 1979.