Paul S. Ferber
JD, New York University, 1966;
BA, Queens College, 1963
Awards and Affiliations
Teaching at VLS:
- Professor at Vermont Law School since 1987.
- Director of the General Practice Program, 1988-2001. The General Practice Program integrates law and professional skills by simulating a general practice law firm with professors, in the role of senior partners, instructing and supervising student "associates."
Leadership and Service:
- Co-founder, 1994, Administrator, 1994–96, and Counselor Vice-President, since 1996, Sterry Waterman Inn of Court, Vermont.
- Member, Vermont Professional Conduct Board, since 1992.
- Member, Committee on Legal Education, American Bar Association, since 1987.
- Chair, 1993–95, and Vice-Chair, 1991–93, Law School Curriculum Committee, General Practice section, American Bar Association.
- Member, Vermont Bar Association-Vermont Law School Liaison Committee, since 1991.
- Member, Committee of Associate Membership, Vermont Bar Association, 1991–92.
- Mediator, Attorney-Client Relations Program, Los Angeles County Bar Association, 1986.
- Judge Pro Tempore, Los Angeles Small Claims Court, 1980–83, and Municipal Court, 1983–87. Contributions to the Law:
- First plaintiffs' antitrust lawyer to obtain release of criminal grand jury testimony in RKO Theaters v. Globe Ticket Co., 1971.
- Managing Partner, Los Angeles office of Herzfeld and Rubin, 1973–79.
- Associate specializing in commercial litigation at Sandler and Rosen, 1971–73, and Swerdlow, Glikbarg and Shimer, 1968–71.
- Organized "Vitality of Plaintiffs' Antitrust Actions" and "Conspiracy to Monopolize and Monopolization Under Section II of the Sherman Act," Southwestern University Law Review conferences, 1977 and 1978.