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Jacob A. Stein. Partner, Stein, Mitchell & Mezines. General
trial practice commencing in 1948.
Education and Honorary Degrees
LL.B. George Washington University, 1948
Honorary degree, Suffolk University School of Law, LL.D.
Delivered address to graduating class 1984; Honorary degree, George
Washington University, LL.D. Delivered graduation address to the
School of Arts & Sciences 1987
Admitted to Practice
All courts in the District of Columbia and Maryland; 4th
Circuit; and pro hac vice admissions in numerous circuit courts of
Visiting instructor, Trial Practice, Harvard Law School 1974-
1991. Adjunct professor, Evidence, Georgetown University Law
School; Adjunct Professor, Legal Ethics, American University Law
School; Adjunct Professor, George Washington University Law School,
Products Liability.
Continuing Legal Education
Participant as instructor in over 75 Trial Practice seminars
for the ABA, the D.C. Bar, the Maryland Bar, the American Trial
Lawyers Association, State Bar Associations, the Federal Bar
Association, National Institute of Trial Advocacy, Inns of Court,
Judicial Conference proceedings and College for Newly Appointed
Federal Judges, and privately funded seminars specializing in trial
practice, evidence.
Senior Editor, Litigation. The Publication of the American
Bar Association Litigation Section
Member Advisory Board, Inside Litigation
Personal Injury Damages, Two Volumes, Second Edition 1991
Clark Boardman Callaghan
Closing Argument, The Art and The Law
Clark Boardman Callaghan
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Maryland Trial Handbook
Clark Boardman Callaghan
District of Columbia Tort Casefinder 3d Ed. A summary of all
D.C. tort cases.
Associate Editor
Maryland Civil Jury Instructions
District of Columbia Trial Handbook published by Clark
Boardman Callaghan, 1994.
The Law of Law Firms, 1994 – Clark Boardman Callaghan
Numerous articles in Trial Practice, Personal Injury Damages,
Evidence, Civil and Criminal Trial Practice. Articles have
appeared in the ABA Journal, Litigation, ATLA, Matthew Bender
publications, National Law Journal, Legal Times, D.C. Bar Journal,
Washington Lawyer.
Professional Activities
President, D.C. Bar Association 1967-68
President, D.C. Bar 1984-85
Lawyer of Year Award, D.C. Bar Association 1981
Chairman, Bar Admissions and Bar Examining Committee, D.C. Bar
Ethics Committee, United States Court of Appeals for the D.C.
Circuit 1970-1974
Ethics Committee, D.C. Bar
American College of Trial Lawyers
Board of Governors, American Trial Lawyers Association 1959-
Chairman, Rules Committee of the United States District Court
for the District of Columbia 1973-1987
Independent Counsel Appointment
Appointed April 2, 1984 as Independent Counsel in the matter of
Edwin Meese, III, by the special division of U.S. Court of Appeals.
Report filed on September 20, 1984.