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Malachy Thomas Mahon, Sr.

Malachy Thomas Mahon, Sr., American lawyer, educator. Bar: New York 1960. Served with United States Army, 1954-1956. Member American Bar Association, New York State Bar Association, Association Bar City New York, American Law Institute.

Background

  • Sr., Malachy Thomas Mahon, was born on January 4, 1934 in New York City. Son of James and Alice (Rooney) M.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Manhattan College, 1954. Juris Doctor, Fordham University, 1960.

    Career

    • Law clerk to chief magistrate John M. Murtagh, New York City, 1959-1960. Law clerk to justice Tom C. Clark Supreme Court of the United States Court, 1960-1961. Associate Hale Russell & Stentzel, New York City, 1961-1962, Mudge Rose Guthrie & Alexander, New York City, 1979-1980.

      Of counsel Farrell, Fritz, Caemmerer, Cleary, Barnosky & Armentano, Mineola, 1982-1983, Havens & Lombard, Flushing, 1994-1995. Professor Fordham University Law School, 1962-1968. Professor law Hofstra University Law School, 1968—2010, founding dean, 1968-1973, Bachelor of Science Wilzig distinguished professor banking, 1985—2008, founding dean emeritus, since 2010.

      Visiting professor University Texas Law School, 1973-1974. Executive director, special New York State assistant attorney general Meyer Investigation of State Police Murder Coverup Charges Against the Special Attica Prison Riot Prosecutor' General’ s Office, 1975. Chief counsel New York Governor's Special Committee on Criminal Offenders, 1966.

      Member Nassau County Board Ethics, 1983-1996, chairman, 1989-1996. Chairman merit selection committee EDNY Bankruptcy Judges, 1985-1988.

    Membership

    Served with United States Army, 1954-1956. Member American Bar Association, New York State Bar Association, Association Bar City New York, American Law Institute.

    Connections

    • Married Margaret Phyllis Kirwan, January 25, 1958 (deceased 1993). Children: Veronica Mahon Grover, Laura Mahon Chandonnet, Malachy.
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    Born January 4, 1934