was educated at and has received degrees from Columbia, Oxford and the University of California at Berkeley (degrees from both the School of Law and the Haas School of Business). While he was at Oxford, he was elected president of the Middle Common Room (composed of the Graduates) at Merton College and he studied with Sir Martin Gilbert, the official Churchill biographer. He was one of the first lawyers in the world to have an internet website and an article he wrote in 1996 was for many years the starting point for those researching legal issues on the internet.
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