1970, graduate (Hons), Duke Univ.; 1973, graduate, Univ. of Chicago Law School. 1973-75, with Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison; 1977-81, Deputy Domestic Policy Adviser to the President of the US; Chair, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Chairman, Duke University.; Chairman, Smithsonian Institution; Co-Chairman, Brookings Institution; Chairman, Council on Foreign Relations; President, Economic Club of Washington, Chairman, Library of Congress Madison Council; Trustee, Johns Hopkins, University of Chicago, Memorial Sloan Kettering, Institute for Advanced Study, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.