Max Isenbergh LL.M. '39 of Washington, D.C., died March 10, 2001. He was a retired government lawyer and law professor. He started his career working for the Federal Communications Commission, serving as a law clerk to the Supreme Court and was attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice. He was deputy general counsel of the Atomic Energy Commission, and served in the US State Department as special assistant for atomic energy at the US Embassy in Paris (1955-1960), and as consultant to the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna and the European Nuclear Energy Agency in Paris. Later he became deputy assistant Secretary of State for educational and cultural affairs. He taught constitutional law and antitrust as professor at several universities including the University of Virginia, Maryland and Yale.