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Lloyd Bruce Sokolow, American lawyer, psychotherapist. Bar: United States District Court (western district) New York 1979, Connecticut 1985, United States District Court Connecticut 1986. Regent scholar New York State, 1967; University fellow University Buffalo, 1973, Baldy Law fellow, 1979.


Sokolow, Lloyd Bruce was born on November 3, 1949 in New York City. Son of Edwin Jay and Harriet (Corman) Sokolow.


Bachelor, University Buffalo, 1971. Master of Science, University Buffalo, 1974. Juris Doctor, University Buffalo, 1978.

Doctor of Philosophy, University Buffalo, 1979.


Research scientist Research Institute on Alcoholism, Buffalo, 1976—1980. Legal consultant New York Governor's Task Force on Drinking and Driving, Albany, 1979—1982. Private practice Schenectady, 1986—2000.

Counsel, executive director Conifer Park, Scotia, 1981—1983. Counsel, director substance abuse services Institute of Living, Hartford, Connecticut, 1984—1986. Founder, executive director Lifestart Health Services, 1986—2000.

Principal Lloyd Sokolow & Associates, Schenectady, since 2000. Attorney Town of Knox, New York, 1980—1992. Consultant, since 2000.


Board directors Schenectady Community Service Board, 1982—1989. President Schenectady Community Service Board, 1989. Member Surrogate Decision Making Commission, 1990—2001, New York Commission on Quality of Care.

Director addictions State of Maryland, 1988—1989. Counsel Apogee, Inc., 1996—1998. Member of American Psychological Association.


Married Christina Carol Smolinski, January 27, 1979. Children: Joshua, Jessica.