Colin Diver || BOD
After graduating from Amherst College and Harvard Law School, Colin worked for the City of Boston, as Special Counsel to Mayor Kevin White (1968-1971), and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, as Assistant Secretary of Consumer Affairs (1971-1972) and Undersecretary of Administration and Finance (1972-1974) during the administration of Governor Francis Sargent. Colin was an Associate Professor and then Professor of Law at Boston University’s School of Law, where he also served as Associate Dean and Dean and held a faculty appointment at the School of Management, where he was a founding member of the school’s Public Management Program. From 1983 to 1988, he served as Chairman of the Massachusetts State EThics Commission, appointed by Governor Michael Dukakis. IN 1989, Colin became Dean and Professor of Law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. He served as Dean for ten years, and remained on the faculty until 2002. IN 2002, Colin became the 14th president of Reed College, in Portland, Oregon. Now back in Boston, Colin pursues an active and varied retirement. He maintains his co-authored textbook, Administrative Law: Cases and Materials, now in its seventh edition, and teaches courses in government regulation at Boston University School of Law on a part-time basis.
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