Edward J. Newberry
Edward Newberry is Managing Partner of Patton Boggs and a member of the firm's Executive and Management Committees. Practicing in public policy, he represents leading municipal governments, colleges and universities, hospitals, and other organizations in developing and implementing federal funding strategies and addressing policy issues. In addition, Mr. Newberry represents domestic corporations in the energy and real estate industries and is Washington advisor to overseas governments and international business interests.
Municipal governments or related entities that Mr. Newberry has represented include San Diego, California; San Jose, California; San Antonio, Texas; Jacksonville, Florida; Denver, Colorado; Washington, DC; King County, Washington; Pinellas County, Florida, and other prominent U.S. cities and counties.
Transportation and infrastructure issues are a key part of Mr. Newberry's practice, and his clients also include major transportation agencies responsible for highways and mass transit, in several of the nation's largest and fastest growing regions. He also represents leading institutions of higher education, including more than 25 colleges, universities, and community colleges from across the nation. In the energy arena, he represents national associations representing producers and retail marketers of propane gas and heating oil. While at Patton Boggs, he spearheaded the enactment of precedent-setting legislation that established the nations first federally sponsored, industry-funded research and development program for the propane and oil heat industries.
Mr. Newberry received his B.A. and B.S. with recognition and distinction from George Mason University and his J.D. from Georgetown University. He sits on Mason's Board of Visitors.
He resides in McLean, Virginia, with his wife, Molly, and their three children.