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Joshua A. Newburg, C í81, G í82, L í89, died on March 26. The College Park, Md., resident was an associate professor at the University of Marylandís Robert H. Smith School of Business, teaching courses such as Business Ethics, Law for Managers, and the Legal Environment of Business. Prior to joining the Smith faculty, he had been a lawyer with the international law firm Shearman and Sterling, specializing in international trade, corporate litigation and antitrust. He then spent several years at the Federal Trade Commission, as staff attorney with the FTC ís Bureau of Competition and as attorney-advisor to Commissioner Roscoe B. Starek. Newburg had received his bachelorís, masterís and law degrees from Penn, all with honors, and had served as associate editor for the University of Pennsylvania Law Review. He clerked for Chief Judge William J. Holloway Jr., of the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals. During his later academic career, he was published in law journals such as The Harvard Journal of Law and Technology and Georgetown International Law Journal. At the time of his death, he was serving as assistant editor of the Antitrust Law Journal. He held a number of editorial and leadership positions, including president, vice-president and secretary of the Mid-Atlantic Academy of Legal Studies in Business and vice-chair of the Board of Directors for D.C. College Bound, a nonprofit organization.
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