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Nathan L. Jacobs, judge. Bar: New Jersey 1928. Recipient Sears prize, 1927; Judah P. Benjamin fellowship, 1930-1931. Delaware, vice chairman judicial committee New Jersey Constitutional Convention, 1947; chairman advisory council Institute Management and Labor Relations, Rutgers University, 1947-1948. Member American, New Jersey State, Essex County bar associations.

Background

Jacobs, Nathan L. was born on February 28, 1905.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Pennsylvania, 1925. Bachelor of Laws magna cum laude, Harvard University, 1928. Doctor of Juridical Science, Harvard University, 1931.

Career

Member firm Arthur T. Vanderbilt, 1928-1934, Frazer, Stoffer & Jacobs, Newark, 1934-1948. Chief deputy commissioner, counsel D. Frederick Burnett, New Jersey State commissioner alcoholic beverage control, 1934-1939. Professor administrative law Rutgers University, 1929-1948.

Chairman state arbitration board Bell Telephone Сompany-Telephone Workers Union of New Jersey, 1947. Senior judge Appellate Division New Jersey Superior Court, 1948-1952. Associate justice New Jersey Supreme Court, 1948-1952, 52-75.

Achievements

  • Bar: New Jersey 1928.

Membership

Delaware, vice chairman judicial committee New Jersey Constitutional Convention, 1947. Chairman advisory council Institute Management and Labor Relations, Rutgers University, 1947-1948. Member American, New Jersey State, Essex County bar associations.

Connections

Married Bernidine Rosenbaum. Children: Ellen Coburn, Nancy Grossman.

spouse:
Bernidine Rosenbaum

child:
Ellen Coburn Jacobs

child:
Nancy Grossman Jacobs