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Bruce M. Ramer, American lawyer. Bar: California 1963, New Jersey 1958. Recipient Community Service award, American Jewish Committee, 1987, Annual Brotherhood award, NCCJs, 1990.


Ramer, Bruce M. was born on August 2, 1933 in Teaneck, New Jersey, United States. Son of Sidney and Anne S. (Strassman) Ramer.


Princeton University (Bachelor of Arts, 1955). Harvard University (Bachelor of Laws, 1958).


Bar: California 1963, New Jersey 1958. Association, Morrison, Lloyd & Griggs, Hackensack, New Jersey, 1959-1960. Partner Gang, Tyre, Ramer& Brown, Inc., Los Angeles, 1963^.

Executive director Entertainment Law Institute, LawCtr. of University of Southern California. Board of councilors Law Center University of Southern California. Chairman, nat. Board of Governors American Jewish Committee, 1995-1998, nat. vice president, 1982-1988, president, 1998^, Los Angeles chapter, 1980-1983, chair Western region, 1984-1986, community service award, 1987, national president, 1998^, advisory board Skirball Institute on American Values, 1998^.

Chairman Asia Pacific Rim Institute, 1989-1998. Trustee Loyola Marymount U., Los Angeles Children's Museum, 1986-1989. Vice chair United Way, 1991-1993, corporation board directors, 1981-1993, chair county president 1989-1990, member community issues county, 1989-1990, chair discretionary fund distribution committee, 1987-1989.

Board directors, chair Geffen Playhouse, 1995-1998, founding chair, 1998^. Board directors Los Angeles Urban League, 1987-1993, 96^, Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles (member Cmty. Rels. committee, board directors, Executive Committee), Jewish television Network, Station KCET-television.

Member, board directors Rebuild Los Angeles, 1992-1996. Member of the Board of Governors California Cmty. Foundation, 1988-1998.

Recipient Annual Brotherhood award NCCJs, 1990.


Member Community Relations committee, board directors, executive committee Jewish Federation Council Greater Los Angeles. With Jewish television Network. Board directors Jewish Federation Council Greater Los Angeles.

Board dirs Los Angeles Urban League, 1987—1993, since 1996. With Station KCET-television. Member, board directors Rebuild Los Angeles, 1992—1996.

Member board governors California Community Foundation, 1988—1998. Member executive committee, community relations committee Jewish Federation Council Greater Los Angeles. Member of American Bar Association (member special committee judicial independent), California Copyright Conference (president 1973-1974), Los Angeles Copyright Society 1974-1975, Beverly Hills Bar Association (Executive Directors award 1988, Entertainment Lawyer of Year award 1996), California Bar Association, Los Angeles County Bar Association, Princeton Club 1975-1978.


Children: Gregg B., Marc K., Neal I. Bachelor, Princeton University, 1955.