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Albin Cooper Koch, American lawyer. Bar: California, District of Columbia, Massachusetts.


Koch, Albin Cooper was born on August 25, 1933 in Pittsburgh. Son of John Lester and Theodosia (Cooper) Koch.


Bachelor of Arts, Yale University, 1956;Juris Doctor, Harvard University, 1959.


Associate, Silverstein & Mullens, Washington, 1963-1968;partner, Silverstein & Mullens, Washington, 1968-1972;partner, Agnew, Miller & Carlson, Los Angeles, 1973-1975;vice president, assistant general tax counsel, Bank American, San Francisco, 1976-1980;partner, Morrison & Foerster, Los Angeles, 1980-1988;of counsel, Morrison & Foerster, Los Angeles, 1989;of counsel, Horgan, Rosen, Beckham & Coren, Toluca Lake, Los Angeles, 1990-1995;private practice, Law Office of Albin C. Koch, Glendale, California, since 1995;general counsel, Municipal Consultants, Westlake Village, California, since 1995. Member California Franchise Tax Board advising committee 1992-1995.


Chairman Southwest Neighborhood Assembly, Washington, 1966-1967. Member California board Common Cause, 1974-1976. Trustee Human Family Educational and Charitable Institute, 1974-1979, board directors Pasadena Chamber Orchestra, 1983-1987, president 1984-1986.

Member vestry All Saints Episcopal Church, Pasadena, 1985-1989, junior warden, 1988-1989. Member American Bar Association (chairman tax section banking and savings committee, vice chairman urban, state and local government law section taxes and revenue committee), Los Angeles County Bar Association (chairman tax section income tax committee 1982-1983, chairman tax section 1986-1987, member executive committee 1982-1987), California State Bar Association (exec committee tax section 1990-1994. vice chair 1994).


Married Harriet W. Woodworth, June 24, 1960.