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Helen Trathen Irwin, American lawyer.


Irwin, Helen Trathen was born on June 11, 1939 in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Percy Wayne and Emma Elizabeth (Trathen) Irwin.


Bachelor of Business Administration, Cedar Crest College, 1961. Postgraduate in library science, Drexel University, 1970. Juris Doctor, Cardozo School Law, Yeshiva University, 1983.


Editorial assistant Sat. Evening Post, Curtis Public Company, Philadelphia, 1961-1962. Executive assistant to director Pacific Science Center, Seattle, 1963-1964.

Executive assistant Penjerdel project Ford Foundation, Philadelphia, 1964-1965. Assistant editor Philadelphia Magazine, 1965-1970. Managing editor Boston Magazine, 1970-1972.

Director advertising World Tennis Magazine Columbia Broadcasting System Incorporated, New York York City, 1972-1975. Associate public, director advertising American Home Magazine, American Home Public Company, 1975-1976. Director advertising women Sports Magazine, Charter Public Company, 1976-1977.

Managing editor Viva magazine Penthouse International Ltd., 1978-1979. Assistant dean student affairs Cardozo School Law, Yeshiva University, 1983-1985. Managing attorney La Rossa, Cooper, Axenfeld, 1985, Cobrin & Godsberg, New York City, 1986-1987.

Development officer International Tennis Hall of Fame, since 1988.