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Abraham Louis Pomerantz, American lawyer. member firm Pomerantz, Levy, Haudek & Block, 1940; Member advisory com; member com; member Anglo-American Exchange, 1973.


Pomerantz, Abraham Louis was born on March 22, 1903 in Brooklyn. Son of Louis and Lena (Betz) Pomerantz.


Bachelor of Laws cum laude, Brooklyn Law School, 1924.


Bar: New York 1924. Practiced law, New York City, from 1924. Founding member firm Pomerantz, Levy, Haudek & Block, 1940. Instructor law Brooklyn Law School, 1925.

Lecturer Columbia University, University of Pennsylvania, Harvard University Law School, Yale University Law School, Northwestern University Law School, U. London. Deputy chief counsel in prosecution of Nazi War Criminals Nuremburg Trials, 1946. Member advising committee rules of practice and procedure Supreme Court of the United States Court.

Member commission on qualifications to practice before United States cts. 2d Circuit Judicial Council of 2d Circuit. Member Anglo-American Exchange, 1973.

Participants seminars American Bar Association, American Law Institute, Practicing Law Institute, New York Law Journal.


Member firm Pomerantz, Levy, Haudek & Block, 1940. Member advisory com; member com. Member Anglo-American Exchange, 1973.


Married Phyllis Cohen, January 10, 1926. Children: Dan, Charlotte.

Louis Pomerantz

Lena (Betz) Pomerantz

Phyllis Cohen

Dan Pomerantz

Charlotte Pomerantz