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Advocacy organization administrator

Nan Aron, American advocacy organization administrator. Named one of Washington's Most Influential Lawyers, National Law Journal, 2010. Member dean's advisory council American University Washington College Law.

Background

Aron, Nan was born on January 4, 1948 in New York City. Daughter of Jerome I. and Joan B. Aron.

Education

Bachelor, Oberlin College, Ohio, 1970. Bachelor of Laws, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, 1973.

Career

Trial attorney Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Washington, 1973-1976. Staff attorney national prison project American Civil Liberties Union, 1976-1979. Founder, president Alliance for Justice, since 1979, founder Judicial Selection Project, 1985.

Adjunct professor law George Washington University, Georgetown University.

Membership

Member dean's advisory council American University Washington College Law.

Connections

Married Bernard S. Aron, December 28, 1969. Children: Nicholas, Emma, Elena.

father:
Jerome I.

mother:
Joan B. Aron

spouse:
Bernard S. Aron

child:
Nicholas Aron

child:
Emma Aron

child:
Elena Aron