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Lawyer

Philip Milton Glick, Russian lawyer. Served with United States Naval Reserve, 1944-1945. Member American Bar Association, American Political Science Association, Society for International Development, American Society for Public Administration, International Institute Administrative Sciences, Order of Coif, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Glick, Philip Milton was born on December 9, 1905 in Kiev, Russia. Naturalized, 1924. Son of David and Rebecca (Sussman) Glick.

Education

Student, Crane Junior College, 1926. Bachelor of Philosophy cum laude, University Chicago, 1928. J. D. cum laude, University Chicago, 1930.

Career

General counsel federal subsistence homesteads corporation United States Department Interior, 1933-1934. Chief land policy division, assistant solicitor, office of solicitor United States Department of Agriculture, 1934-1942. Solicitor War Relocation Authority, 1942-1944, deputy director, 1945-1946.

General counsel Federal Public Housing Authority, 1946-1948, The Institute Inter-American Affairs, 1948-1953. Legal counsel Technology Cooperation Administration, Department State, 1951-1953. Visiting professor economic development and cultural change University Chicago, 1953-1955.

Member law firm Dorfman & Glick, 1955-1967. Assistant director, legal adviser Federal Water Resources Council, 1967-1969. Legal counsel National Water Commission, 1969-1973.

Individual practice law Chevy Chase, Maryland, since 1973.

Membership

Served with United States Naval Reserve, 1944-1945. Member American Bar Association, American Political Science Association, Society for International Development, American Society for Public Administration, International Institute Administrative Sciences, Order of Coif, Phi Beta Kappa. Clubs: Cosmos (Washington).

Connections

Married Rose Deborah Rosenfield, May 13, 1933.

father:
David Glick

mother:
Rebecca (Sussman) Glick

spouse:
Rose Deborah Rosenfield