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Stephen B. Burbank

AKA Stephen Bradner Burbank

Born: 8-Jan-1947
Birthplace: New York City

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Legal Scholar

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: UPenn Law Professor

Father: John Howard Burbank (physician, b. 17-Dec-1914)
Mother: Jean Gedney
Brother: John Howard Burbank (b. 3-Mar-1942)
Sister: Suzanne Gray Burbank (b. 4-May-1944)
Wife: Ellen Randolph Coolidge (m. 13-Jun-1970, one son)
Son: Peter Jefferson Burbank (b. 19-Apr-1981)

    University: AB Classics, Harvard University (1968)
    University: JD, Harvard Law School (1973)
    Administrator: General Counsel, University of Pennsylvania (1975-80)
    Professor: Law, University of Pennsylvania (1979-)
    Trustee: Phillips Academy Andover (1980-97)

    US Official Natl. Commission on Judicial Discipline and Removal (1991-93)
    Law Clerk to Chief Justice Warren Burger, US Supreme Court (1974-75)
    Law Clerk to Robert Braucher, Massachusetts Supreme Court (1973-74)
    Member of the Board of Filtronic plc (1994-)
    Massachusetts Bar Association
    Pennsylvania Bar Association
    US Supreme Court Bar
    Addison Gallery of American Art Chairman, Art Committee (1982-86)
    American Academy in Berlin Trustee
    American Academy of Political and Social Science Board of Directors (2001-, as Chairman 2004)
    International Association of Procedural Law
    American Judicature Society Board of Directors (1993-2005, VP 1997-99)
    American Law Institute 1977
    American Arbitration Association Panel of Arbitrators
    Aspen Institute Fellow (1978-79)
    Center for Public Resources Regional Panel of Distinguished Neutrals
    Century Association
    Dechert LLP Consultant (1986-)
    National Football League Special Master (dispute mediator, 2002-)
    George W. Bush for President
    Obama for America
    Supreme Court Historical Society
    Phi Beta Kappa Society

Author of books:
Rule 11 in Transition: The Report of the Third Circuit Task Force on Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 11 (1989)
Judicial Independence at the Crossroads: An Interdisciplinary Approach (2002, law, ed. with Barry Friedman)

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