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Martin Jay Greenberg

Martin Jay Greenberg, American lawyer, educator, author. Bar: Wisconsin 1971. Morris Guten Veterans scholar, 1965, I.E. Goldberg scholar, 1966, Wisconsin Student Association scholar, 1967, Thomas More scholar, 1969, Francis X. Swietlik scholar, 1971; Carnegie grantee, 1966.

Background

  • Greenberg, Martin Jay was born on August 5, 1945 in Milwaukee. Son of Sol and Phyllis (Schunder) Greenberg.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University Wisconsin, 1967. Juris Doctor, Marquette University, 1971.

    Career

    • Associate Hoyt, Greene & Meissner, Milwaukee, 1971-1974, Weiss, Steuer, Berzowski & Kriger, Milwaukee, 1974-1976. Partner Greenberg & Boxer, 1976-1978. Private practice, since 1978.

      Assistant professor law Marquette University Milwaukee, 1976-1979, adjunct professor, since 1979. Visiting professor Anglia Law School, Chelmsford, England, 1996. Board directors, president Law Projects Inc.

      Member book revisions committee Wisconsin Real Estate Examining Board, since 1978.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: Wisconsin 1971.

    Works

    Membership

    Member brotherhood board Congregation Emanu-El B'ne Jeshurun, Milwaukee, 1976-1978, treasurer, since 1979. Water trustee Village of Bayside, 1995. Board directors Community Coordinated Child Care, Milwaukee, 1976-1977, Project Re-Unite, American Jewish Committee, Jewish National Fun, since 1988, vice president.

    Secretary Project Re-Unite. Member Shorewood (Wisconsin) Board Review, 1977-1981. Secretary Wisconsin Sports Authority Inc.

    Director National Sports Law Institute, Marquette University, chairman Wisconsin State Fair Park, board chairman Wisconsin Exposition Center, Badger States Games. Board member Wisconsin Sports Devel.Corp., Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. Athletic board directors Marquette University With Wisconsin National Guard, 1968-1974.

    Member American Bar Association, Wisconsin Bar Association, Milwaukee Bar Association (named Lawyer of Year-Legal scholar 1988), Wisconsin Bar Foundation (lecturer Project Inquiry 1980-1981, Lawyer's Pro Bono Publico award 1978, secretary Marquette University athletic board 1990-1993), Marquette University Law Alumni Association (trustee), Jewish Vocational Service (corporation), Woolsack Society, Scribes, Masons, Tau Epsilon Rho (chancellor graduate chapter 1972-1973), Alpha Sigma Nu (Woolsack Society award 1971, Joseph O'Neill award).

    Connections

    • Married Beverly L. Young, April 29, 1969. Children: Kari, Steven.
    • father: Sol Greenberg
    • mother: Phyllis (Schunder) Greenberg
    • spouse: Beverly L. Young
    • children: Kari Greenberg
    • Steven Greenberg
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    Born August 5, 1945
    (age 72)
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