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Lawyer

Sidney Goldstein, American lawyer. Bar: New York 1931. Recipient Distinguished Public Service award National Institute Municipal Law Officers, 1956, Distinguished Service medal Port of New York Authority, 1959, Distinguished Contributions to American Aerospace Power award Metropolitan Squadron Air Force Association, 1961.

Background

Goldstein, Sidney was born on October 13, 1906 in Brooklyn. Son of Joseph and Esther (Mutchnick) Goldstein.

Education

Bachelor of Laws, St. John's College, 1930. Master of Arts in Political Science, Columbia University, 1977.

Career

Since practiced in, New York Cityattorney, Port of New York Authority, 1934-1972;assistant general counsel, Port of New York Authority, 1942-1952;general counsel, Port of New York Authority, 1952-1972;consultant port and airport matters, Port of New York Authority, 1972-1986. Director 1172 Corporation. Panel member on noise abatement, commerce technical advisory board Office Assistant Secretary Commerce, 1968-1986.

Achievements

  • Bar: New York 1931.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Served with Signal Corps Army of the United States, World World War World War II. Member American Bar Association (committee chairman), Association Bar City New York, New York County Lawyers Association Airport Operators Council International (general counsel), American Arbitration Association.

Connections

Son of Joseph and Esther (Mutchnick) G. M. Olga Stein, January 7, 1945 (deceased). 1 daughter, Helena (Mistress Peter Leslie).

father:
Joseph Goldstein

mother:
Esther (Mutchnick) Goldstein

spouse:
Olga Stein