Douglas H. Walter
Doug Walter specializes in corporate and investment structuring and tax law. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from Harvard University in 1966 and a Juris Doctorate degree in law from the Harvard Law School. He also attended London School of Economics in 1967 where he was an Officer of Law Review.
From 1967 to 1988 he was an associate, then a partner, at Bell, Boyd & Lloyd in Chicago. He then became a partner at Jones Day in Chicago from 1988 to 1999, and later a Consultant in 2000 and 2001.
He has been a member of the University of Chicago Tax Conference Planning Committee for many years and frequently speaks at its tax conference. Doug has also written numerous articles in the area of tax law and corporate structuring.
Mr. Walter has been Member of the University of Chicago Tax Conference Planning Committee for many years and a frequent speaker at its annual Tax Conference. Together with his wife, Pam Walter, Doug has been involved with numerous charitable activities. These include serving on the Steering Committee of Founders’ Council; Field Museum of Natural History; Former co-President of Founders’ Council and ex-officio member of Board of Field Museum. He is also an avid supporter of the Chicago Shakespeare Theater and the Illinois Institute of Technology.
Doug is a renaissance man, with interests ranging from corporate structuring, international tax planning, and olive farming to high technology and biomedical research innovation. His decades of experience brings a wealth of value to the Housey Group as the companies seek to expand their technology development and health care products and technologies to markets around the world.