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PAUL M. CORAN

Deputy Executive Director for the Senate

On August 1, 2001, the Chair of the Board of the Office of Compliance appointed Paul M. Coran to a five-year term as Deputy Executive Director for the Senate in the Office of Compliance.

Prior to his appointment, Mr. Coran had a 33-year career as a labor and employment lawyer. He served the past 28-years as a Senior Level attorney with the U.S. Department of State in the Offices of the Legal Adviser and Equal Employment Opportunity and Civil Rights. Mr. Coran represented the State Department in collective bargaining with Foreign Service and Civil Service bargaining agents and handled a full range of employment-related individual and class administrative and court litigation. He participated in drafting Foreign Service grievance legislation and the labor-management and grievance chapters of the Foreign Service Act of 1980. Mr. Coran subsequently was responsible for the State Department's legal compliance with employment discrimination and civil rights statutes and regulatory requirements. He also prepared final agency decisions in discrimination cases. Earlier in Mr. Coran's career he served as a field attorney with the National Labor Relations Board, employment counsel with the Department of Labor, and a Labor Relations Attorney with the Federal Labor Relations Council.

Mr. Coran received his undergraduate degree in Industrial Relations from Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts; and his law degree from Boston College Law School, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. He is admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Mr. Coran is a past contributor to the American Bar Association Labor Law Section's annual legal developments report.

 

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