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Kenneth W. Dam : Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION

The University of Chicago Law School
JD, 1957

University of Kansas
BS, 1954

EXPERIENCE

The University of Chicago Law School
Max Pam Professor Emeritus and Senior Lecturer, 2004-present
Max Pam Professor of American and Foreign Law, 1992-2004 (on leave of absence for government service, 2001 - 2003)
Director, Law and Economics Program, 1978-1980 and 1995-1999
Harold J. and Marion F. Green Professor, 1976-1985 (on leave of absence for government service, 1982-1985)
Professor, 1964-1971 and 1974-1976
Associate Professor, 1961-1964
Assistant Professor, 1960-1961

United States Department of the Treasury
Deputy Secretary of the Treasury, 2001-2003

Alcoa Pittsburg, PA
Director1987-2001

United States Department of State
Deputy Secretary of State, 1982-1985

IBM Corporation
Vice President, Law and External Relations, 1986-1992
Member, Corporate Management Board, 1986-1992
Director, IBM World Trade Asia Pacific Board, 1986-1992
Vice President, 1985-1986

The University of Chicago
Provost, 1980-1982

Council on Economic Policy
Executive Director, February-December 1973

  • responsible for coordination of U.S. domestic and international economic policy

United States Office of Management and Budget
Assistant Director, national security and international affairs, 1971-1973

Abitration
Professional hockey, system arbitrator, 2014
Professional basketball, System Arbitrator, 1996-2001 and 2012
NAFTA Article XI investment disputes (International Center for Investment Disputes), 2003-2009
Various ad hoc arbitrations in the 1970s and 1980s

University of Freiburg i. Br. Germany
Visiting Professor, 1964

BMW of North America
Member, Advisory Board1990-1995

MCI Communications Corp. v. American Telephone and Telegraph Co. Chicago, IL
Special Master, 1976-1979

Kirkland & Ellis Chicago, IL
Of Counsel, 1993-1995
Consultant, 1961-1971, 1974-1980 

Cravath, Swaine & Moore New York, NY
Associate, 1958-1960

Justice Charles E. Whittaker of the United States Supreme Court
Law Clerk, 1957-1958