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|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|New Jersey State Bar Association, Public Utility Law Section||Former Chair||N/A|
|Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Telecommunications Section||Member||N/A|
|Association of the Federal Bar of the State of New Jersey||Member||N/A|
|New Jersey Law Journal||In New Jersey, Property Condition Is Still the Focus||2005|
|New Jersey Law Journal||Clearing the Way for Smart Growth||2004|
|New Jersey Lawyer Magazine||Full Competition Comes to the Telecommunications Market in New Jersey||N/A|
|New Jersey State Bar Association (NJSBA) magazine||The Bathwater and the Baby: What the Supreme Court thinks about handicapping the incumbent to level the field for new players.||N/A|
|Seton Hall University School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1977|
|College of New Rochelle||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1973|
|New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education||Recent Developments in Public Utility Law||2003|
|New Jersey State Bar Association, Public Utility Law Section, Spring Conference||What Are The Financial Implications Of Deregulation/Competition And Consolidation?||2000|
|New Jersey State Bar Association, Public Utility Law Section, Spring Conference||Preparing For A Competitive World||1999|
|New Jersey State Bar Association, Public Utility Law Section, Spring Meeting||Impact of the Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996 – Year Two||1997|
|New Jersey State Bar Association, Public Utility Law Section, Spring Meeting||The Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996||1996|
|New Jersey Utilities Association Annual Conference||Can and Should Current Regulatory Policy Adapt to a Competitive Environment and Stimulate Economic Growth?||1993|
|New Jersey State Bar Association, Public Utility Law Section, Annual Public Utility Law Conference||The Deregulation of the Natural Gas Industry: The Impact on the Utility, the Regulators and the Ratepayers||1989|
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