Charles Weller, Esq., received his B.A. from Yale University (Mathematics) in 1966. He earned his J.D. from Case Western Reserve University in 1973.
Weller has 50 years legal experience which includes antitrust, labor, litigation and health benefit law at Jones Day; Baker & Hostetler and the Antitrust Division, and the Ohio Attorney General's Office, as well as representation of General Motors, Walmart, EDS, Newport News Shipbuilding, and Cleveland Clinic.
Weller was a Peace Corps Volunteer teaching Physics and Math in Malaysia from 1966-1968, and served as the Deputy Director of Peace Corps Recruiting, Southern Region from 1969-1970.
Weller has authored many significant publications and papers. One such paper is “Problem Solving Education for the New Global Knowledge Economy.” His co-author was Peter Staudhammer, TRW Inc's Vice President for Science and Technology and the lead rocket scientist for the Apollo moon landing module's rocket engine. Staudhammer explained his role in the Apollo mission to Cleveland Public School students in this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28IhhuTlmLM