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Kenneth Feinberg

AKA Kenneth R. Feinberg

Born: 23-Oct-1945
Birthplace: Brockton, MA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Government

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Pay Czar for TARP and Gulf of Mexico disaster

Wife: Diane Shiff ("Dede", three children)
Daughter: Leslie

    University: BA History, University of Massachusetts at Amherst (1967)
    Law School: JD, New York University Law School (1970)
    Professor: Law, Georgetown University Law Center (adjunct, 1977-)
    Professor: Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School (adjunct, 1998-)
    Professor: Law, Columbia Law School (adjunct)
    Professor: Law, University of Virginia (adjunct)

    British Petroleum Administrator, Gulf Disaster Victim Compensation Fund (2010-)
    US Treasury Department Special Master for Executive Compensation, TARP (2009-)
    Hokie Spirit Memorial Fund Administrator (fund created after the Virginia Tech shooting, 2007)
    September 11th Victim Compensation Fund Special Master (2003)
    Feinberg Rozen LLP Partner (1993-)
    Kaye Scholer Partner (1980-93)
    Congressional Staff Special Counsel, Senate Judiciary Committee (1979-80)
    Congressional Staff Chief of Staff to Sen. Ted Kennedy (1977-79)
    Congressional Staff Special Counsel, Senate Judiciary Committee (1975-77)
    US Justice Department Asst. US Attorney, Southern District of New York (1972-75)
    Law Clerk to Judge Stanley Fuld, NY State Court of Appeals (1970-72)
    American Arbitration Association Arbitrator
    Association of the Bar of the City of New York 1972
    Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law Board of Directors
    District of Columbia Bar 1977
    Human Rights First Vice Chairman
    John F. Kennedy Library Foundation Chairman (2009-)
    Lawyers Committee for Human Rights Board of Directors (1990)
    National Organization for Victim Assistance Board of Directors (1991)
    Massachusetts Bar Association 1980
    New York State Bar Association 1971
    RAND Corporation Chairman, RAND Institute of Civil Justice
    Washington National Opera President (2006-)
    Lithuanian Ancestry

Author of books:
What is Life Worth?: The Unprecedented Effort to Compensate the Victims of 9/11 (2005)

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