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Richard Henry Borow

Richard Henry Borow, American lawyer. Bar: New York 1959, California 1966, Maine 1985. Inducted into Athletic Hall of Fame, Hunter College, 1988; Harlan Fiske Stone scholar Columbia University School Law, 1956-1957, Review Charles Parkhurst scholar, 1957-1959.

Background

Borow, Richard Henry was born on June 19, 1935 in New York City. Son of Joseph and Dorothy Borow.

Education

Hunter College (Bachelor of Arts, with honors, 1956). Columbia University (Bachelor of Laws, 1959).

Career

Worked at Irell & Manella LLP. Admitted to the bar, 1959, New York. 1966, California; 1985, Maine.

Member, Board of Editors, Columbia Law Review, 1958-1959. Assistant to the Special Master (Honorary Simon H. Rifkind), Arizona v. California et al, 1959-1960.

Adjunct Professor of Law, Litigation and Trial Techniques, University of California, Los Angeles Law School, 1971-1983. Member of the ad hoc Committee to Study the Evaluation of Lawyers, 1979-1984, of the Ninth Circuit Judicial Conference. Member: Board of Directors, Public Advocates, Inc., 1983-1993.

Board of Editors, Federal Litigation Guide, Mathew Bender, 1985—. Board of Trustees and Executive Committee, Washington Institute For Near East Policy, 1987—. Alternative Dispute Resolution Panelist, Center for Public Resources, Inc., 1988—.

Civil Justice Advisory Group (Biden Bill), Central District of California, 1991-1993. Member: Los Angeles County (Member, 1977-1993 and Chair, 1983-1984, Judiciary Committee. Member, Judicial Appointments Committee, 1990-1992), New York State, Maine State and American (Member, Committee on Corporate Counsel, Section of Litigation) Bar Associations.

State Bar of California. The Association of the Bar of the City of New York. American Judicature Society.

Association of Business Trial Lawyers (Member, Board of Governors, 1977-1979). American Law Institute.

Membership

Member, Board of Editors, Columbia Law Review, 1958-1959. Assistant to the Special Master (Honorary Simon H. Rifkind), Arizona v. California et al, 1959-1960.

Adjunct Professor of Law, Litigation and Trial Techniques, University of California, Los Angeles Law School, 1971-1983. Member of the ad hoc Committee to Study the Evaluation of Lawyers, 1979-1984, of the Ninth Circuit Judicial Conference. Member: Board of Directors, Public Advocates, Inc., 1983-1993.

Board of Editors, Federal Litigation Guide, Mathew Bender, 1985—. Board of Trustees and Executive Committee, Washington Institute For Near East Policy, 1987—. Alternative Dispute Resolution Panelist, Center for Public Resources, Inc., 1988—.

Civil Justice Advisory Group (Biden Bill), Central District of California, 1991-1993. Member: Los Angeles County (Member, 1977-1993 and Chair, 1983-1984, Judiciary Committee. Member, Judicial Appointments Committee, 1990-1992), New York State, Maine State and American (Member, Committee on Corporate Counsel, Section of Litigation) Bar Associations.

State Bar of California. The Association of the Bar of the City of New York. American Judicature Society.

Association of Business Trial Lawyers (Member, Board of Governors, 1977-1979). American Law Institute.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Golf, reading, travel.

Connections

Married Trudy Speiser, June 8, 1958.