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Harry Morton Yohalem, American lawyer. Bar: New York 1969, District of Columbia 1981, California 1992, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1985. Harlan Fiske Stone scholar Columbia University, 1967, 69.


Yohalem, Harry Morton was born on January 21, 1943 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Morton Eugene and Florence (Mishnun) Yohalem.


Bachelor with honors, University of Wisconsin, 1965;Juris Doctor cum laude, Columbia University, 1969;Master in International Affairs., Columbia University, 1969.


Associate, Shearman & Sterling, New York City, 1969-1971;assistant counsel to governor, State of New York, Albany, 1971-1973;counsel office planning services, State of New York, Albany, 1973-1975;assistant general counsel, Federal Energy Administration, Washington, 1975-1977;member of staff, White House Energy Policy and Planning Office, Washington, 1977;deputy general counsel for legal services, Department Energy, Washington, 1978-1980;deputy under secretary, Department Energy, Washington, 1980-1981;partner, Rogers & Wells, Washington, 1981-1991;general counsel, California Institute Technology, Pasadena, since 1991.


Principal Council for Excellence in Government, Washington, since 1990. President Opera Bel Canto, Washington, 1984-1987. Member Lawyers Committee for Arts, Washington, 1981-1988.

Member American Bar Association, California Bar Association, District of Columbia Bar Association Athenaeum, Phi Kappa Phi.


Married Martha Caroline Remy, June 9, 1967. Children: Seth, Mark.