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SUSAN KIRK, American Lawyer, Partner of BANK OF AMERICA.


KIRK, SUSAN was born on October 18, 1945 in Wilmington, Delaware, United States.


Pennsylvania State University. University of Miami (Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, 1967). George Washington University (Juris Doctor, cum laude, 1971).

Parker School, Columbia University.


Working as a partner of BANK OF AMERICA. Admitted to the bar, 1972, California. United States. District Court, Central District of California.


  • Other Work

    • "Banks, Data Protection and The Right to Privacy," International Financial Law Review, October, 1983. The Importance of the Legal Survey to Internal and Outside Counsel," Preventive Law Reporter, February, 1985. "Privacy and Data Protection: Implications for Multinationals," IBC, December, 1985.

      The Law of Information," IBC, June, 1986. "Electronic Banking: What is Money,"TfiC, June, 1987. "Computer Crime: What Are The Threats?," IBC, February, 1988.

      Co-Author: "Privacy, Data Protection and Transborder Data Flow: A Corporate Response to International Expectations," The Business Lawyer, Volume 39, No. 1, November, 1983. Associate, Hertzberg, Childs, Rosenberg & Schloss, Beverly Hills, California, 1971-1974.


State Bar of California. International Bar Association (Chairman, International Computer and Technology Section. Member of Council of Business Law, since 1989).

(Assistant General Counsel).