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Gerhard Casper

Born: 25-Dec-1937
Birthplace: Hamburg, Germany

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Educator

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: President of Stanford University, 1992-2000

Wife: Regina (doctor, one daughter)
Daughter: Hanna (b. 1967)

    Law School: Referendar, Hamburg University (1961)
    Law School: LLM, Yale Law School (1962)
    Law School: PhD, University of Freiburg (1964)
    Professor: Political Science, University of California at Berkeley (1964)
    Professor: Law, University of Chicago (1966-92)
    Administrator: Provost, University of Chicago (1989-92)
    Administrator: President, Stanford University (1992-2000)
    Professor: Law, Stanford University (1992-)
    Administrator: Trustee, Yale University (2000-)
    Administrator: Trustee, Central European University (2000-)

    American Academy of Arts and Sciences 1980
    American Academy in Berlin Trustee (2000-)
    American Bar Foundation Board of Directors (1979-87)
    American Law Institute 1977
    American Philosophical Society 1996
    Association of American Universities Executive Committee (1995-97)
    California Business-Higher Education Forum (1992-97)
    Chicago Council of Lawyers Board of Governors (1973-75)
    Chicago Council on Global Affairs Board of Directors (1990-92)
    Council on Foreign Relations 1985
    Committee for Economic Development Trustee (2007-)
    Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee
    National Research Council
    Obama for America
    Stanford University Hospitals and Clinics Board of Directors (1992-2000)
    Trilateral Commission (1998-2005)
    University of Chicago Hospitals Board of Directors (1990-92)

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Author of books:
Separating Power: Essays on the Founding Period (1997)

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