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Irving Randall Segal, American lawyer. Bar: Pennsylvania 1938. Decorated Military Commendation medal.


Segal, Irving Randall was born on October 15, 1914 in Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Samuel I. and Rose (Kantor) Segal.


University of Pennsylvania (Bachelor of Arts, 1935. Bachelor of Laws, 1938).


Worked at Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) specializing in Administrative, Antitrust and Trade Regulation, Banking and Finance, Bankruptcy, Commercial, Communications, Constitutional, Construction, Corporation, Criminal, Energy, Environment, Ethics and Professional Responsibility, Family, Government, Health, High Technology, Immigration, Insurance, Intellectual Property, Labor and Employment, Litigation, Malpractice, Mergers and Acquisitions, Personal Injury and Torts, Probate Trusts and Estates, Products Liability, Real Property, Securities, Taxation, Transportation. Admitted to the bar, 1939, Pa. Phi Beta Kappa; Order of the Coif.

Pi Gamma Mu; Delta Sigma Rho. Member: American Bar Association Committee on Federal Judicial Improvements, 1980-1987. American Bar Association Committee on Judicial Selection Tenure and Compensation, 1988-1992.

Judicial Conference of Third Circuit (Permanent Member). American College of Trial Lawyers (Regent, 1975-1979. Secretary, 1979-1981).

American Law Institute. American Bar Foundation. Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis is a law firm with a national and international practice.

Founded in 1935, the firm has grown to include approximately 200 attorneys in offices in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Norristown and Washington, Pennsylvania. New York, NY; Atlanta, Georgia. Cherry Hill, New Jersey and Washington, D.C. Our common bond is a commitment to excellence and hard word, and a dedication to serving the firm's clients.


  • Bar: Pennsylvania 1938.


Vice president National Kidney Disease Foundation, 1954-1959, honorary life delegate, 1959-1964. President Nephrosis Foundation, Philadelphia, 1953-1956. Board managers Woman's Hospital Philadelphia, 1957-1964, vice president, 1962-1963.

Board Jewish Education, Philadelphia, 1948-1972. Trustee Young Men’s Hebrew Association, YWHA, 1954-1958. Served to captain Judge Advisory General Department Army of the United States, 1942-1946.

Fellow American College Trial Lawyers (regent 1976-1979, secretary 1979-1980). Member American Bar Association (corrections committee 1980-1987, judicial selection tenure and compensation committee 1988-1993, committee on legal problems of the elderly 1997-1999), Pennsylvania Bar Association, Philadelphia Bar Association (chairman senior lawyers 1996-1999), American Law Institute, American Bar Foundation (50-year award 1999), American Judicature Society, World Peace Through Law, American Academy Political and Social Science, Order of Coif, Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Gamma Mu (president, 1934-1935), Delta Sigma Rho. Clubs: Philadelphia Lawyers, Art Alliance, Locust, Army and Navy of Washington.


Married Eleanor F. Smolens, December 26, 1943. Children: Betsy A. Segal Carter, Kathy J., Robert J.

Samuel I. Segal

Rose (Kantor) Segal

Eleanor F. Smolens

Betsy A. Segal Carter Segal

Kathy J. Segal

Robert J. Segal