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Gloria S. Neuwirth, Lawyer ( law: pract. & administration)Probate (including wills, trusts)Estate TaxationNon-profit and tax-exempt organizationslawyer. Recipient C. LaRue Munson prize Yale Law School, 1958.ssn. (Chairman of Commission on law of the elderly), Association Bar City New York (board directors), Estate Planning Council of New York, National Health Lawyers Association, SierraClub, Appalacian Mountain Club.


Neuwirth, Gloria S. was born on August 16, 1934 in New York City. Daughter of Nathan and Jennie (Leff) Salob.


Hunter College of the City University of New York (Bachelor of Arts, 1955). Yale University (Juris Doctor, 1958).


Worked at Davidson, Dawson & Clark (New York, NY) specializing in Trust and Estate Planning and Administration, Probate, Taxation, Corporate, Real Estate and Non-Profit Organizations. Admitted to the bar, 1959, New York. 1976, United States. Supreme Court.

1979, Florida.

Phi Beta Kappa. Trustee, Riverdale County School, 1981-1987. Director, National Kidney Foundation, Inc., 1980-1991.

Trustee and Vice President, 1980-1991 and Secretary, 1994, National Kidney Foundation of New York/New Jersey, Inc. Director, Riverdale Mental Health Association, 1989—. Trustee, Bronx Opera Company.

Arbitrator, Better Business Bureau of Metropolitan of New York, 1983-1986. Member: The Association of the Bar of the City of New York (Member, Committees on: Immigration and Nationality Law, 1972-1975. Trusts, Estates and Surrogates' Courts, 1979-1982).

New York State (Trusts and Estates Law Section, Committee on Law of the Elderly, 1987—, Chair, 1994—) and American (Member, Committees on: Tax and Estate Planning, 1975—. Anatomical Gifts, 1980—) Bar Associations. The Florida Bar; National Association of Elder Law Attorneys.

National Health Lawyers Association. Fellow, American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. Davidson, Dawson & Clark, founded in 1949, specializes in individual client representation, including estate and tax planning, the administration of trusts and estates, and income, gift and estate taxation.

The firm's business law practice also offers comprehensive services to foreign and domestic corporations, partnerships, non-profit organizations and other business and real estate entities, including their owners, executives and employees, as well as services to individuals and fiduciaries in the context of the firm's trusts and estates practice. The firm's clients, through its New York City and New Canaan, Connecticut offices, include individuals and their families, individual and corporate executors and trustees, non-profit institutions such as churches, museums, health care organizations, professional societies and charitable foundations, and corporations, and other forms of business organizations.


Trustee Blueberry Inc., 1962-1970, Riverdale Country School, 1981-1986. Trustee, vice president, secretary National Kidney Foundation, Inc., New York/New Jersey. Director Estate Planning Council New York City, Riverdale Mental Health Association, Bronx Opera Company, The Ruth Turner Fund, The Associated Blind, Riverdale Senior Services.

Secretary Kidney & Urology Foundation American, since 2002. Fellow American College Trust and Estate Counsel. Member American Bar Association, New York State Bar Association (vice chairman committee on law of the elderly), Association Bar City New York, Finance Women's Association, Estate Planning Council New York, National Elder Law Attorneys, Appalachian Mtn.


Married Robert S. Neuwirth, June 9, 1957. Children: Susan Madeleine Guerra, Jessica Anne, Laura Helaine, Michael Jonathan.