Irving Jacab Levy Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science, College City New York, 1924. Bachelor of Laws, Columbia, 1929, LL. M., 1930.
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.
Member Rauh & Levy, since 1947. Member District of Columbia Bar Association.
Married Dora Glesin, June 30, 1930. Children: Susan, John.