James "Jim" Boland (6 October 1856 – 11 March 1895) was an Irish republican member of the Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB) who was linked to the Irish National Invincibles. He was the father of republican revolutionaries and politicians Harry and Gerry Boland.
President James Boland, a member of the Executive Board since 1995, became President in 2010, was elected to a five-year term in September 2010 and was re -elected in September 2015. Boland began his tenure on the Board as an Executive Vice President, and from 1999 to 2010, served as Secretary-Treasurer.
James Boland is a partner in the firm's Government Contracts Group. Mr. Boland helps clients navigate the full spectrum of legal issues that arise out of their contractual relationship with the U.S. government. His practice focuses on the avoidance and/or resolution of disputes, conflicts, and other adverse agency actions that ...
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Year, Title, Gross Salary, Total Compensation. 2015, PRESIDENT, $322,149, $359,646. 2014, PRESIDENT, $315,276, $345,674. 2013, PRESIDENT, $311,414, $346,488. 2012, PRESIDENT, $303,228, $330,242. 2011, PRESIDENT, $299,425, $324,850. 2010, PRESIDENT, $295,625, $327,573. 2009, SECRETARY/ ...
Bio. Articles Editor, Regent University Law Review. Associate Professor, Regent University School of Law, 2008-present; Assistant Professor, 2000-2008; Adjunct Professor, 1996-1999. Private Practice, 1995-1999. Publications. "Is Free Speech Compatible with Human Dignity, Equality and Democratic Government: ...