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Lawyer

Bernard Herbert Goldstein, American lawyer. Bar: New York bar 1932, Supreme Court of the United States Court bar 1964.

Background

Goldstein, Bernard Herbert was born on June 7, 1907 in New York City. Son of Joseph D. and Gesela (Jerchower) Goldstein.

Education

College of the City of New York (Bachelor of Specialized Studies, 1927). Columbia University (Bachelor of Laws, 1930).

Career

Worked at Tenzer Greenblatt LLP. Admitted to the bar, 1932, New York. 1964, United States. Supreme Court.

Author: Encyclopedia Britannica. "Housing and Building Laws," 1973. "Arbitration Procedure in Leases," Practical Lawyer, September, 1976.

"When A Landlord Constructs or Alters Business Premises," Practical Lawyer, April, 1977. "Unconscionability and Real Estate Transactions," N.Y. State Bar Journal, April, 1979. "When Does a Real Estate Broker Earn His Commission?" Practical Lawyer, July, 1981.

"A Documentary Guide to Commercial Leasing," ALI/American Bar Association, update, 1990. Co-author: "Real Estate Brokerage Law and Practice," Matthew-Bender, update, 1991. Lecturer, James B. McNally Memorial Lecture, St. John's University Law School, 1983.

Member: The Association of the Bar of the City of New York. New York State and American Bar Associations. New York County Lawyers Association.

World Peace Through Law Center. Federal Bar Council; American College of Real Estate Lawyers.

Achievements

  • Bar: New York bar 1932, Supreme Court of the United States Court bar 1964.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member World Peace Through Law Center, Washington, since 1969. Member Citizens Advisory Committee to Department Housing Preservation and Development, New York City, 1969-1988. Board directors Conference Jewish Social Studies, 1948-1993.

Member American Bar Association, Association Bar City New York (committee chairman 1971-1982), New York County Lawyers Association (director 1971-1978), New York State Bar Association (Lawyer award 1991). Clubs: Princeton.

Connections

Married Edith I. Spivack, December 22, 1933. Children– Rita (Mistress Robert Christopher), Amy (Mistress Geoffrey Bass).

father:
Joseph D. Goldstein

mother:
Gesela (Jerchower) Goldstein

spouse:
Edith I. Spivack

child:
Rita Goldstein (Mistress Robert Christopher)

child:
Amy Goldstein (Mistress Geoffrey Bass)