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educator , lawyer

Daniel Hays Lowenstein, American Lawyer, educator. Bar: New York 1968, California 1969. Board of directors Common Cause, 1979-1985, Americans for Nonsmokder' Rights, 1980-1993; counsel to House Democratic of California, 1981-1982; draftsman California Political Reform Act, 1974.

Background

Lowenstein, Daniel Hays was born on May 10, 1943 in New York City. Son of Nathan and Elizabeth (Corn) Lowenstein.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Yale University, 1964;Bachelor of Laws, Harvard University, 1967.

Career

Staff attorney, California Rural Legal Assistance, 1968-1971;deputy secretary, State of California, 1971-1975;1st chairman, California Fair Political Practices Commission, 1975-1979;professor of law, University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, since 1979. Consultant on freedom of information legislation, Quebec, Canada, 1979.

Achievements

  • Bar: New York 1968, California 1969.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles on campaign finance, legislation districting, bribery and initiative elections to professional publications. Author leading text on American election law.

Membership

Board of directors Common Cause, 1979-1985, Americans for Nonsmokder' Rights, 1980-1993. Counsel to House Democratic of California, 1981-1982. Draftsman California Political Reform Act, 1974.

Connections

Married Sharon Yagi, February 14, 1970. Children– Aaron, Nathan.

father:
Nathan Lowenstein

mother:
Elizabeth (Corn) Lowenstein

spouse:
Sharon Yagi

child:
Aaron Lowenstein

child:
Nathan Lowenstein