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Administrative law judge

Anastasia Thannhauser Dunau was German, American administrative law judge. Bar: New York 1945, District of Columbia 1958, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1958. Mediator United States District Court, Washington, since 1992; volunteer attorney LCE-AARP, Washingtno, since 1993. Member National Association Women Judges (life, chair resolutions committee 1985, 86).

Background

Dunau, Anastasia Thannhauser was born on July 16, 1919 in Munich, Germany. Came to the United States, 1935. Daughter of Siegfried Joseph and Franziska (Reiner) Thannhauser.

Education

Bachelor, Smith College, 1941. Bachelor of Laws, Yale University, 1943.

Career

Associate Hughes, Hubbard & Ewing, New York City, 1943-1947. Attorney advisor National Labor Relations Board, Washington, 1947-1952. Private practice, 1952-1963.

Attorney United States Department Labor, 1963-1979, administrative law judge, 1979-1985, retired, 1985.

Achievements

  • Bar: New York 1945, District of Columbia 1958, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1958.

Membership

Mediator United States District Court, Washington, since 1992. Volunteer attorney LCE-AARP, Washingtno, since 1993. Member National Association Women Judges (life, chair resolutions committee 1985, 86).

Connections

Married Bernard Dunau, July 10, 1950 (deceased March 1975). Children: Mark, Frank, Miriam, Andrew.

father:
Siegfried Joseph Thannhauser

mother:
Franziska (Reiner) Thannhauser

spouse:
Bernard Dunau

child:
Mark Dunau

child:
Frank Dunau

child:
Miriam Dunau

child:
Andrew Dunau