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- Beloit College, B.A. (Cum Laude) 1971
- University of Chicago, M.A. (English History), 1972
- University of Pennsylvania, J.D., 1975
- District of Columbia
- United States District Court for the District of Columbia
- United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit
- United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
- United States Supreme Court
Upon his graduation from the University of Pennsylvania, Mr. Weinberg joined the Law Office of William C. Wise, specializing in the representation of rural electric cooperatives and municipally-owned electric systems. In 1980, the Firm became Wise & Weinberg. In his ten year association with Mr. Wise, Mr. Weinberg developed a familiarity with virtually all aspects of the representation of rural electric cooperatives and municipally-owned utilities. Mr. Weinberg gained considerable experience in administrative law and numerous energy-related matters including utility rate-making, bulk power supply planning by publicly-owned utilities, access to wholesale power and transmission, federal power marketing policy, and Nuclear Regulatory Commission matters.
Upon the retirement of his partner, Mr. Weinberg joined Duncan, Weinberg, Genzer & Pembroke, P.C., in 1985 and has continued his administrative law, energy, and consumer-owned utility practice.
- Electric Cooperative Bar Association
- Federal Energy Bar Association
- Pennsylvania Rural Electric Association (PREA)
- The District of Columbia Bar
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