Marc E. Leland

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Marc E. Leland "is president of Marc E. Leland & Associates, Arlington, Va., an investment management firm. In 1981-84, he served as assistant secretary of the treasury for international affairs. In 1978-81, he was a partner in the law firm of Proskauer, Rose, Goetz & Mendelsohn in London, England, and in 1972-74, a partner in Cerf, Robinson & Leland. He was senior adviser to the Mutual Balanced Force Reductions Negotiations in Vienna, Austria, in 1976-78, and general counsel to the Peace Corps and Action in 1970-2. Leland was a faculty fellow in foreign and comparative law at Harvard Law School in 1968-70 and a Ford Foundation fellow at the Institute of Comparative Law in Paris, France, in 1963-64. He holds a bachelor's from Harvard University, a master's from St. John's College at Oxford, and a J.D. from the University of California at Berkeley Law School." [1]

In September 2002 he was a board member of USIP.

On April 24, 2001, Marc took part in a American Enterprise Institute Panel Discussion, titled "Where Europe Ends? Integrating the Balkans into the West," "with Bulgarian Prime Minister Ivan Kostov, William Kristol of The Weekly Standard, Marc E. Leland of Marc E. Leland & Associates, and United Press International’s John O'Sullivan." [2]

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  1. Advisory Board, Center for Preventive Action, accessed May 7, 2010.
  2. Trustees, German Marshall Fund of the United States, accessed August 29, 2008.