Curriculum Vitae of CARL STERN
Personal History : Born August 7, 1937 New York, N.Y.
Married Joy Elizabeth Nathan 1960; Two sons
Education : A.B. Columbia 1958; M.S. Columbia (Journalism) 1959; J.D.
Cleveland State Univ (magna cum laude) 1966; J.D. (Hon.)
Cleveland State Univ 1975, J.D. (Hon.) New England School
of Law 1977
Bar Admissions : Ohio 1966; District of Columbia 1968; District of Columbia Court
of Appeals 1977; US. District Court (DC) 1968; U.S. Court of
Appeals (DC Circuit) 1984; U.S. Supreme Court 1969
Work Experience : J.B. & Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Media and Public Affairs,
George Washington Univ 1996 — ; Director of Public Affairs, U.S.
Department of Justice, 1993-96; Law Correspondent, NBC News,
1967-93; News Anchor, WKYC-TV, Cleveland, Ohio 1964-66;
Reporter, KYW-TV, Cleveland, Ohio 1962-64; Radio performer,
KYW, Cleveland, Ohio 1959-61
Adjunct, Stanford Univ (DC program) 1992, 1993
Lecturer, Natl Judicial College 1975; Univ of Virginia 2002; Univ
of Maryland 2002; Duke Univ 2003
Offices Held : American Bar Association, Governor, Forum Committee on
Communications Law; Vice-chair, Criminal Justice Section Criminal
Law & Media Committee; Working Group on Intelligence Requirements & Criminal Code Reform; Standing Committee on Strategic
Communications; American Federation of TV & Radio Artists,
National Board; First Vice President, Washington-Baltimore Local;
National Advisory Council, Cleveland-Marshall Law School,
Cleveland State Univ; U.S. Department of Transportation, Task
Force on Assistance to Families in Aviation Disasters; Board of
Directors, GW Hatchet, The Georgetowner, The District Lawyer
Honors : Edmund J. Randolph Award for Public Service, U.S. Department of
Justice 1996; Headliner Club Award, Network Television 199 1 ;
American Bar Association Certificate of Merit 1979, 1974; Emmy
Ted Yates Award 1975; Peabody Award, Meritorious Service to
Broadcasting 1974; Emmy nominations, Outstanding Network TV
Broadcaster 1974, Outstanding Achievement TV News Specials
1974; American Bar Association Silver Gavel Award 1969; AFTRA
George Roberts Award, Best Program 1960; Radio-TV Mirror Best
Radio Program (Midwest) 1960