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Sheldon Krantz

Sheldon Krantz, American lawyer. Bar: Nebraska 1962, Massachusetts 1969, (United States Supreme Court) 1971, California 1988, District of Columbia 1993. Co-founder San Diego Law Center, 1982—1989, member executive board, 1982—1989; Member of American Bar Association (chair criminal justice section 1989-1990), American Law Institute.

Background

Krantz, Sheldon was born on June 5, 1938 in Omaha. Son of Abraham and Edith (Lewis) Krantz.

Education

Bar: Nebraska 1962, Massachusetts 1969, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1971, California 1988, District of Columbia 1993. Trial attorney organized crime and racketeering section unites states department Justice, 1962-1965. Associate Monsky, Grodinsky et al, Omaha, 1965-1966.

Staff attorney President's Commision on Law Enforcement & Administration of Justice, 1966-1967. Executive director Massachusetts Com.on Criminal Justice, 1967-1970. Director Boston University Center for Criminal Justice, 1971-1979.

Professor of law Boston University School Law, 1970-1981. Dean U. San DiegoSch. Law, 1981-1989; visiting professor Hebrew U., Jerusalem, 1978.

Visiting fellow Institute Criminology Cambridge (England) University, 1978. Visiting professor law American U., Washington, 1990-1992. Vice president Investigative Group, 1989-1990.

Arbitrator American Arbitration Association 1993^.

Career

Worked at Piper & Marbury L.L.P. Admitted to the bar, 1962, Nebraska. 1970, Massachusetts; 1988, California.

1990, District of Columbia. Order of the Coif. Editor-in-Chief, University of Nebraska Law Review, 1961-1962. Trial Attorney, Organized Crime and Racketeering Section, Criminal Division, United States.

Department of Justice, 1962-1965. Dean, University of San Diego School of Law, 1981-1989. Adjunct Professor, American University-Washington College of Law (Criminal Procedure, Legal Ethics, Corporate and White Collar Crime).

Chair, American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section, 1989-1990. (Resident, Washington, D.C. Office). Piper & Marbury L.L.P. is a full service business law firm with over 320 lawyers in its major offices in Baltimore, Washington, D.C., New York and Philadelphia.

The firm's roots go back to the late nineteenth century in Baltimore and its expansion through the mid-Atlantic region reflects the national and international scope of our practice.

Membership

Co-founder San Diego Law Center, 1982—1989, member executive board, 1982—1989. Member of American Bar Association (chair criminal justice section 1989-1990), American Law Institute.

Connections

Married Susan Dechter, August 30, 1959 (divorced).; married Carol Rogoff Hallstrom, December 27, 1977 (divorced);m. Children: Shari Ann, Stuart Jeffrey, Stefanie Louise.