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Meldon Edises Levine

Meldon Edises Levine, lawyer, Former United States Representative, California. Bar: California 1970, District of Columbia 1972. Member governing board United States-Israel Science and Technology Commission, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum; member amateur baseball team Hollywood Stars, since 1971. Member of Los Angeles Bar Association, California Bar Association.

Background

Levine, Meldon Edises was born on June 7, 1943 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Son of Sid B. and Shirley B. (Blum) Levine.

Education

University of California (Bachelor of Arts, 1964). Princeton University (Master of Public Administration, 1966). Harvard University (Juris Doctor, 1969).

Spoken languages: Spanish.

Career

Worked at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP (Los Angeles, California. Also Wash., DC) specializing in International Transactions, International Trade, Federal and State Administrative/Legislative and Governmental Advocacy. Admitted to the bar, 1970, California.

1972, District of Columbia. Book Review Editor, Harvard Int'l Law Journal. Member: United States.

Congress, 1983-1993; California Assembly, 1977-1982. Member: Los Angeles County Bar Association. District of Columbia Bar.

(Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. Offices).

Membership

Co-president Builders for Peace. Member governing board United States-Israel Science and Technology Commission, Southern California chapter Anti-Defamation League, Southern California chapter American Jewish Committee, Southern California chapter American Jewish Congress, Southern California chapter National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Legal Defense Fund, U. Judaism, City of Hope, University of California Alumni Council. Member amateur baseball team Hollywood Stars, since 1971.

Member California Bar Association, Los Angeles Bar Association.

Connections

Children: Adam Paul, Jacob Caplan, Cara Emily.