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Lawyer

Chester Rohrlich, American lawyer. Member American, New York State bar associations, New York County Lawyers Association (chairman commission on foreign and international law 1955-1964).

Background

Rohrlich, Chester was born on August 21, 1900 in New York City. Son of Herman and Gussie (Raff) Rohrlich.

Education

Bachelor of Laws, New York University, 1921.

Career

Admitted to New York bar, 1922, since practiced in New York City. Partner firm Goldmark and Rohrlich, and predecessors, Cook, Nathan & Lehman, 1925-1974. Rohrlich Adjunct Professor law New York University Law School, 1945-1974.

Director International Telephone & Telegraph Rayonier (B.C.) Canada Trustee Jewish Child Care Association, from 1940, president, 1946-1949. Vice president, board directors New York Association New Americans, from 1949. Trustee William Wollman Foundation, 1955-1963.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Law and Practice in Corporate Control, 1933. Organizing Corporate and Other Business Enterprises, 1949. 4th edit. Contributor articles to professional journals Chair in corporation law and finance named in his honor New York University Law School, 1968.

Membership

Member American, New York State bar associations, New York County Lawyers Association (chairman commission on foreign and international law 1955-1964). Clubs: Harmonie, Lawyers (Board of Governors) (New York City).

Connections

Married Edith Wachtel, June 30, 1923. Children: Adele, Elinor (Mistress.

father:
Herman Rohrlich

mother:
Gussie (Raff) Rohrlich

spouse:
Edith Wachtel

children:
Adele Rohrlich

Elinor (Mrs Rohrlich