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Gerald Jay Strick

Gerald Jay Strick, American lawyer. Certified: National College State Trial Judges 1971, (in correctional administration), bar: Arizona 1963, (United States District Court Arizona) 1963, (United States Court Appeals (9th cir)) 1969, (United States Court Appeals (federal circuit)) 1993.

Background

  • Strick, Gerald Jay was born on October 19, 1934 in New York City. Son of Abraham and Esta (Schlaff) Strick.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Hobart College, 1955. Juris Doctor, University Michigan, 1962.

    Career

    • Associate Kramer, Roche, Burch & Streich, Phoenix, 1963—1966. Partner Harrison, Strick, Myers & Singer, 1966—1971. Judge Superior Court Arizona, 1971—1983.

      Partner Treon, Strick, Lucia & Aguirre, P.A., since 1983. Member Arizona Commission on Judicial Conduct, 1993—2000. Consultant National Academy of Sciences, 1979—1982, Majority counsel Arizona House Representatives, 1969.

      Member faculty National Institute Trial Advocacy, since 1977, Arizona College Trial Advocacy, since 1986. Adjunct professor College Law Arizona State University, 1995. Visiting professor, 94.

      Master bencher Sandra Day O'Connor Inn of Court.

    Major achievements

    • Certified: National College State Trial Judges 1971, (in correctional administration), bar: Arizona 1963, (United States District Court Arizona) 1963, (United States Court Appeals (9th cir)) 1969, (United States Court Appeals (federal circuit)) 1993.

    Connections

    • Children: Susan D., Daniel F.
    • father: Abraham Strick
    • mother: Esta (Schlaff) Strick
    • children: Susan D. Strick
    • Daniel F. Strick
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    Born October 19, 1934
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