Born: March 8, 1936
Boston, Massachusetts

Died: September 6, 2022
Keene, NH

Summary by
William F. Causey

Interviews Conducted by
William F. Causey, Esq.

Earl J. Silbert, Esq.

Oral History Text & Documentation

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Oral History Summary


Harvard College, B.A., 1957, Awards: Phi Beta Kappa, Magna Cum Laude
Harvard Law School, L.L.B., 1960, Awards: Cum Laude

Admitted to Bar
Massachusetts- November 1, 1960
District of Columbia- July 17, 1963
United States Supreme Court- May 12, 1975
United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, D.C.- May 6, 1985

Legal Experience
Principal, Law Firm of Schwalb, Donnenfeld, Bray & Silbert, A Professional Corporation, July 1979- Present
United States Attorney, D.C., 1974- June 29, 1979
Department of Justice and U.S. Attorney’s Office, D.C., 1960-1974
Principal Assistant United States Attorney, Office of the United States Attorney, 1972-1973
Executive Assistant, United States Attorney, Office of the United States Attorney, 1970-1972
Attorney Advisor, Office of Criminal Justice, Office of the Deputy Attorney General, 1969-1970
Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Columbia, working in the Court of General Sessions; Special Proceedings; Deputy Chief, General Sessions; Grand Jury Section & Criminal Trial Section, 1964-1969
Lawyer, Department of Justice, Tax Division, 1960-1964

March 8, 1936, Boston Massachusetts

Married with two daughters

Courtesy of Chris Molina