His legal eduation includes an LL. B from NYU School of Law (where he was a Root-Tilden Scholar and a member of the Law Review.
Central High School (Philadelphia)
University of Pennsylvania
1958 (A.B., cum laude)
New York University School of Law
Root-Tilden Scholar; Associate Editor, N.Y.U.L. Rev.
National First Prize, Nathan Burkan Memorial Competition (Copyright: American Soc'y of Composers, Authors & Publishers)
1971 - 1995
New York University School of Law (1971 - 1995)
Ford Foundation Fellow
1962 (LL.M., Comp. Law)
University of Paris School of Law
Comparative Law studies specializing in intellectual property, Fulbright Scholar and Ford Foundation Fellow
(1962 - 1963, no degree)
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