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Stanley Herbert Lowell was American lawyer. Bar: New York 1942. Recipient medal City New York, 1965, John F. Kennedy Peace award Jewish National Fund, 1996, Judge Joseph Proskauer award Lawyers United Jewish Appeal-Federation, John H. Finley medal City College of New York Alumni Association, 1980, President's medal, 1980; Establishment of Stanley H. Lowell Annual Humanitarian award New York City Commission on Human Rights, 1988.

Background

Lowell, Stanley Herbert was born on April 13, 1919 in New York City. Son of Isidore and Mildred (Cohen) Lowenbraun.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Social Science, City College of New York, 1939. Bachelor of Laws, Harvard University, 1942. Doctor of Laws (honorary), City University of New York, 1981.

Career

; children: Jeffrey, Darcy, Lauri. Married second, Leona Schaevitz, June 20, 1974. Stepchildren: Barry S., Scott S. Admitted to New York bar, 1942.

Assistant United State Attorneys, New York, 1943-1947. Partner law firm Lowenbraun & Lowell, New York City, 1947-1958, Lowell & Karassik and predecessors, New York City, 1966-1978, Fink, Weinberger, Fredman, Berman & Lowell, 1978-1993. Of counsel Goodkind, Labaton, Rudoff & Sucharow, 1994^.

Former lecturer City College of New York. Visiting professor graduate school CUNY. Adjunct Professor Fordham University School Social Services.

Assistant to borough president, Manhattan, 1950-1953. Executive assistant to mayor, New York City, 1954-1958, deputy mayor, 1958. Chairman New York City Commission Human Rights, 1960-1965.

United States pub.del. Madrid Conference Helsinki Final Act, 1979. Chairman, New York City committee American Jewish Tercentenary.

Past chairman division lawyers, trustee United Jewish Appeal-Federation Jewish Philanthropies. Chairman National Conference on Soviet Jewry,1974-1976. Past chairman Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry.

Member praesidium Brussels World Conference on Soviet Jewry. Past chairman Committee for Public Higher Education. Past president, chairman Citizens Committee for Children of New York.

Pastvice chairman National Jewish Council Public Affairs Delaware Democratic National Convention, 1960, 64, 68. Executive Committee Democratic State Committee, 1960-1968. Trustee Jewish Communal Fund New York, 1981-1991.

Trustee-at-large, vice president Jewish Cmty. Rels. Council, New York, 1982-1994. Board directors United Jewish Appeal-Federation Jewish Philanthropies, 1962-1994.

Honorary trustee, past president New York Shakespeare Festival. Special counsel pro bono Kings County Hospital investigation. Member Mayor's Commision on Health & Hospital Corporation, 1991.

Achievements

  • Bar: New York 1942.

Membership

Assistant to borough president, Manhattan, 1950-1953. Executive assistant to mayor, New York City, 1954-1958, deputy mayor, 1958. Chairman New York City Commission Human Rights, 1960-1965.

United States public delegate Madrid Conference Helsinki Final Act, 1979. Chairman New York City committee American Jewish Tercentenary. Past chairman division lawyers.

Trustee United Jewish Appeal-Federation Jewish Philanthropies, board directors, 1962-1994. Chairman National Conference on Soviet Jewry, 1974-1976. Past chairman Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry.

Member praesidium Brussels World Conference on Soviet Jewry. Past chairman Committee for Public Higher Education. Past president, chairman Citizens Committee for Children of New York.

Past vice chairman National Jewish Council Public Affairs, Delaware Democratic National Convention, 1960, 64, 68. Executive committee Democratic State Committee, 1960-1968. Trustee Jewish Communal Fund New York, 1981-1991.

Trustee-at-large, vice president Jewish Community Relations Council, New York, 1982-2000. Honorary trustee, past president New York Shakespeare Festival. Special counsel pro bono Kings County Hospital investigation.

Member Mayor's Commission on Health & Hospital Corporation, 1991. Co-chair Friends of City University. Member New York State Bar Association, Association Bar City of New York, Harvard Law School Association New York (past trustee), College City New York Alumni Association (past president).

Connections

Married Vivian Abrams, March 29, 1947 (divorced 1973). Children: Jeffrey, Darcy, Lauri. Married Leona Schaevitz, June 20, 1974.

Stepchildren: Barry S., Scott S.

father:
Isidore Lowenbraun

mother:
Mildred (Cohen) Lowenbraun

spouse:
Vivian Abrams

spouse:
Leona Schaevitz

child:
Jeffrey Lowell

child:
Darcy Lowell

child:
Lauri Lowell

child:
Barry S. Lowell

child:
Scott S. Lowell