Bernard I, Nordlinger, born Washington, D.C., 1909, (third
generation Washingtonian), George Washington University, A.B.
(with distinction) 1929, LL.B. (Order of the Coif and Law
Review) 1933; Georgetown University, LL.M. 1942. Lieutenant,
U.S.N.R., 1943-1945. A4mitted to bar, 1932; a founder of and
now counsel to King & Nordlinger, Attorneys-at-Law.
President, D.C. Bar Association, 1972-1973; President of
Trustees, 1960. Fellow, American College of Trial Lawyers,
Fellow American Bar Foundation, Member, American Bar
Association (Member, House of Delegates, 1972-1973). D.C. Bar
Association “Lawyer of the Year 11 award 1983.
President, George Washington University Law Association,
1957-1958. Past President of the following: District of
Columbia Health and Welfare Council (Community Chest), Jewish
Social Service Agency, Jewish Historical Society. Presently
Member: Masons, Scottish Rite, American Legion, Jewish War
Veterans, (formerly Columbia) Historical Society of Washington,
Washington Hebrew Congregation and its Brotherhood, and various
other civic and philanthropic groups.
Formerly, Chairman, Committee on Grievances, United Stares
District Court for the District of Columbia; Trustee, Am?rican
Jewish Historical Society.
Member, Judicial Conference D.C. Circuit (1962 -) .
Lecturer, real estate, corporation and bankruptcy law at
various symposiums of local law schools and Practicing Law
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Institutes of American Bar Association. Mediator, U.S. Court
of Appeals for D.C. Circuit (1987 -) ; Trustee, Landon School
(1987-1993); Evaluator, U.S. District Court for D.C. (1989 – ) .
Formerly: Director and Chairman, Trust Audit Committee,
Union Trust Company and its successor, First American Bank,
N.A.; Director, Secretary and Counsel (a founder) Pro-Football,
Inc., operator of Washington Redskins, formerly Counse?,
Director and Member Executive Committee, Interstate Federal
Savings and Loan Association; formerly president Citizens
Federal Savings and Loan Association; also, Director, Secretary
and general counsel of various corporations in the District of
Columbia and its environs.
Member: Woodmont Country Club (Board of Directors
1945-1948, 1970-1973), University Club, Lawyers Club (Board of
Directors 1981-1985), Counsellors.
Resides at 3101 New Mexico Avenue, N.W., Sutton Towers,
Washington, D.C. Two children, five grandchildren, one great
grandchild, three step-children, four step-grandchildren and
three step-great grandchildren.
Alumni Achievement Awards: George Washington University
(1965); Georgetown University (1973); National Law Center
George Washington University (1991).
Author: Federal Estate Tax and Tenancies by the Entirety
Created Prior to 1916; Federal Income Tax Aspects of
Transactions by a corporation in Shares of its own capital
Stock; Block Booking and The Sherman Act; Patent Pools and The
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Sherman Act; Administrative cancellation of Licenses; Aspects
of the National Labor Relations Act; Changes in corporate
Structure Under the n.c, Business Corporation Act; A History of
the Washington Hebrew Congregation.
Co-Author: D.C. Business Corporation Act, 1954