June 15, 2004: Headlines: Staff: History: Western Knight Center: William Josephson held positions in the public sector, including General Counsel to the Peace Corps

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William Josephson held positions in the public sector, including General Counsel to the Peace Corps

William Josephson held positions in the public sector, including General Counsel to the Peace Corps

William Josephson held positions in the public sector, including General Counsel to the Peace Corps

William Josephson

William Josephson was appointed Assistant Attorney General-in-Charge of the New York State Law Departmentís Charities Bureau in April 1999.

Prior to joining the Department of Law, he had been a partner in Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson. Before joining Fried Frank in 1966, Josephson held positions in the public sector, including General Counsel to the Peace Corps, Special Assistant to the Director of the Peace Corps and Far East Regional Counsel to the International Cooperation Administration (subsequently the Agency for International Development) in the United States Department of State.

He serves as president of the Peace Corps Institute and has been a member of the New York State Historical Records Advisory Board and a trustee of the New York State Archives Partnership Trust. Josephson also has served as trustee and chairman of the Budget and Finance Committee of the Mexican-American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, a member of the advisory board to the National Service Study Project and a member of the Board of Overseers of Simonís Rock of Bard College.

He is a graduate of The University of Chicago where he was a Francis S. Kosmerl Scholar and Columbia University Law School where he was a member of the Board of Editors of the Columbia Law Review and a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. He also studied at The New School and St. Antonyís College, Oxford University.




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