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Earl Edward Pollock

Earl Edward Pollock, American lawyer. Bar: District of Columbia 1955, Virginia 1955, Illinois 1959, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1960.


Pollock, Earl Edward was born on February 24, 1928 in Decatur, Nebraska, United States. Son of Herman and Della (Rosenthal) Pollock.


Bachelor of Arts, University Minnesota, 1948;Juris Doctor, Northwestern University, 1953;Doctor of Laws (honorary), Morningside College, 1995.


Worked at Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal (Chicago, Illinois) specializing in Antitrust, Business Litigation. Admitted to the bar, 1955, Virginia and District of Columbia. 1959, Illinois.

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Law Clerk to Chief Justices Vinson and Warren of the United States. Supreme Court, 1953-1955. Attorney, Antitrust Division, 1955-1956 and Assistant to the Solicitor General, 1956-1959, Department of Justice, Washington, D.C. Member: Chicago (Chairman, Antitrust Law Committee, 1967-1968), and American (Chairman, Antitrust Law Section, 1979-1980) Bar Associations.


Life trustee Loyola University, Chicago, Northwestern Memorial Hospital. President Florida West Coast Symphony, Sarasota, 2004-2005. Member Chicago Bar Association (chairman antitrust law committee 1967-1968), American Bar Association (chairman antitrust law section 1979-1980), Alumni Association Northwestern University School Law (president 1974-1975, service award 1976).


Married Betty Sokol, September 8, 1951. Children: Stephen, Della, Naomi.