Law clerk, Hon. Hugh H. Bownes, U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, 1980-1981
Fellow, Brookings Institution, 1981-1999; acting program director, 1998
Faculty, Georgetown University, 1984-1999; adjunct professor of law, 1984-1989; adjunct professor of public policy, 1987-1992; Walsh Professor of Government, professor of law and professor of public policy, 1992-1999
President, Governance Institute, 1986-1999
Special assistant to the director, Federal Judicial Center, 1986-1988
Visiting professor, University of California, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C. program, 1990-1992
Wayne Morse chair in law and politics, University of Oregon, 1992
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