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Karan Frieda Minick, American writer. Bar: California 1961, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1966. Recipient International Legal Exchange Program American Bar Association, Australia, 1977. Chair Private Industry Council, Stockton, 1982; member State Bar Committee on Court Rules and Procedure, California, 1978-1981; board directors Stockton Community Council, 1972-1976, Community Action Council, 1973-1974.

Background

Minick, Karan Frieda was born on July 13, 1935 in Los Angeles, California, United States.

Education

Bachelor, University California, Berkeley, 1957. Postgraduate, University California, Berkeley, 1965. Juris Doctor, University Southern California, Los Angeles, 1960.

Career

Lawyer State Bar of California, San Francisco, 1961-1963, United States Department of Labor, Washington, 1966-1970, San Joaquin County Counsel, Stockton, California, 1970-1977. Private practice, 1977-1990. Real estate agent Coldwell Banker, 1990.

Law professor Humphreys College of Law, Stockton, 1963-1965. Teacher business law Delta Community College, Stockton, 1982-1985. Member advisory committee to State History Preservation Commission, 1974-1976.

Member State Association of Public Guardians, Coroners, California, 1972-1976.

Achievements

  • Bar: California 1961, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1966.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Columnist: Federal Bar News, 1967-1969. Author: The Quiet Revolution, 1989, Tomorrow is a Promise, 1993, The Angels Club, 1996, Making Good Time, 1996, Wooden Men, 1998, The Bronze Canoe, 1999.

Membership

Chair Private Industry Council, Stockton, 1982. Member State Bar Committee on Court Rules and Procedure, California, 1978-1981. Board directors Stockton Community Council, 1972-1976, Community Action Council, 1973-1974.

Connections

Daughter of Louis and Frieda (Karan) M.

father:
Louis Minick

mother:
Frieda (Karan) Minick