Alan P. Dye
Partner

General Information

Alan Dye has specialized in the representation of non-profit organizations since joining Webster, Chamberlain & Bean in 1975. His practice includes not only trade associations, but numerous think tanks, lobbying organizations, and political committees, with an emphasis on tax issues, charities, social welfare organizations, political and election law, and general corporate governance.

Education & Honors

Duke University (AB, Economics, 1968);
University of Florida (JD, 1971);
New York University (LLM, Taxation, 1973).
Assistant Professor and Director, Eastern Water Law Center, University of Florida College of Law, 1971-72.

Bar & Court Admissions

Admitted to the Bar: 1971, Florida; 1973, U.S. Tax Court; 1974, U.S. Claims Court; 1975, District of Columbia, U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia; 1982, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Judicial Circuit, U.S. Supreme Court.

Publications

Professional Activities

Mr. Dye is a Fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel. Attorney Advisor to Judge Austin Hoyt, U.S. Tax Court, 1973-1975. Member: American Bar Association (Exempt Organizations Committee of the Taxation Section, 1977-, past Chairman, Subcommittee on Trade Associations); Federalist Society; American Society of Association Executives, past member of the Council of the ASAE Legal Section. Board of Directors: Cancer Research and Prevention Foundation, 1985- , Chairman, 1994-1996; Capitol Hill Restoration Society, 1975-1979; American Franklin Friends Committee, 1991-1995; Lee Fendall House, 1992-2003, Chair, 1996-2000; Freedom House, 1996-; Barracks Row Main Street, 2000-, Greater Educational Opportunities Foundation, 2000-; Fund for the Endowment of the State Department Reception Rooms, 2008-; Chairman, Washington Non-Profit Legal & Tax Conference, 1997-. Who's Who in America.