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Lawyer

Irving Jacab Levy, American lawyer. member Rauh & Levy, since 1947; Member District of Columbia Bar Association.

Background

Levy, Irving Jacab was born on July 24, 1904 in New York City. Son of Doctor Maurice and Ida (Ratner) Levy.

Education

Bachelor of Science, College City New York, 1924. Bachelor of Laws, Columbia, 1929, LL. M., 1930.

Career

University fellow and research assistant Columbia, 1930-1931. Admitted to New York bar, 1930. District of Columbia Bar, 1937.

In practice of law with Max D. Steuer, New York City, 1931-1934. Supervising attorney NRA, Washington, 1934-1935. Assistant general counsel Resettlement Administration, Washington, 1935-1937.

Division chief, solicitor’s office Department Agriculture, 1937-1938. Assistant general counsel Wage and Hour Administration, 1938-1940. Assistant solicitor Department Labor, 1940-1942, associate solicitor, 1942-1943, acting solicitor, 1942-1943.

Special assistant to attorney general of the United States, 1943-1946. Private practice of law, Washington, since 1946. Member Rauh & Levy, since 1947.

General counsel United Automobile Workers (United Auto Workers-Chief Information Officer), since 1947. Lecturer Washington College of Law, since 1947.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to legal journals.

Membership

Member Rauh & Levy, since 1947. Member District of Columbia Bar Association.

Connections

Married Dora Glesin, June 30, 1930. Children: Susan, John.

father:
Doctor Maurice Levy

mother:
Ida (Ratner) Levy

spouse:
Dora Glesin

children:
Susan Levy

John Levy