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Larry Monroe Lavinsky, American lawyer, consultant. Bar: New York 1953, United States Court Appeals 2d circuit 1958, United States Court Appeals 3d circuit 1978, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1961.


Lavinsky, Larry Monroe was born on October 23, 1929 in New York City. Son of Isaac A. and Rose (Zuroff) Lavinsky.


City College of the City University of New York (Bachelor of Business Administration, cum laude, 1951). New York University School of Law (Bachelor of Laws, cum laude, 1953).


Worked at Proskauer Rose LLP. Admitted to the bar, 1953, New York. 1956, United States. District Court, Eastern and Southern Districts of New York.

1957, United States. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit. 1961, United States. Supreme Court. Editor, New York University Law Review, 1952-1953.

Law Clerk, Honorary Richard H. Levit, United States District Court, Southern District of New York, 1957-1959. Dedicated to delivering results to individuals and companies through the effective application of talent and experience, Proskauer Rose LLP has been providing a wide range of legal services for over 100 years. With five United States. offices (Boca Raton, Florida, Clifton, New Jersey, Los Angeles, California, New York, NY and Washington, DC), and one in Europe (Paris, France), the firm's over 460 attorneys offer general corporate, litigation and dispute resolution, labor and employment, real estate, personal planning and tax services along with services in a multitude of practice and industry specialties.

The service areas include, but are not limited to antitrust, bankruptcy and reorganization, employee benefits, environmental insurance, immigration, intellectual property, non-complete and trade secrets and white collar criminal defense. Industry practices include entertainment, media, information and technology, financial services, health care, hospitality, not-for-profit and sports.


Chairman national law committee Anti-Defamation League, B'nai B'rith, 1972-1976, chairman national civil rights committee, 1976-1980, vice chairman national committee, 1980-1986, secretary national committee, 1986-1988. Founding member Committee on Equal Education Opportunity, 1978. Member American Bar Association (Post-Bakke task force 1978-1980, affirmative action committee 1981-1986), New York County Lawyers Association (chairman civil rights committee 1988-1990), Association Bar City New York.


Married Dena Mazell, March 20, 1960. Children: Joshua, Avram, Ezra.