Isaac Siegel Edit Profile
Bachelor of Laws, New York University Law School, 1901.
Admitted to New York bar, 1902, Supreme Court of the United States Court, 1916. Special attorney general for prosecution of election frauds, 1909, 1910. Senior member Siegel & Corn, 1914-1939.
Member 64th to 67th Congresses (1915-1923). 20th New York District. Chairman Congressional Committee which investigated Japanese immigration on Pacific Coast and general conditions at Angel Island and Ellis Island, 1921.
Chairman overseas commission which visited France and Italy. Appointed city magistrate by Mayor LaGuardia for term, 1939-1949. Appointed justice of the Domestic Relations Court of City of New York, for term, 1940-1950.
Delaware to Republican National Convention, 1916, 20, 36. Republican candidate for presidential elector, 1932, for City Council, 1937. President 18th Assembly District Republican Club, 1920-1939.
Member Army and Navy Committee of Jewish Welfare Board President Institutional Synagogue.
Member American Bar assosiation, New York County Lawyers Association, Grand Street Boys Association.
Married Annie Natelson, 1907. Children: Seymour N. (United States Navy), Mistress.