Edward H. Levi - First, Jewish Attorney General of the United States

Levi was the first, Jewish Attorney General of the United States, filed a lawsuit preventing the formation, is a former, federal judge and had enormous influence on the University. Levi testified in support of Bork, served on the Board of Directors, forced through regulations and began studying for a doctorate in literature. Edward Hirsch Levi was an American law professor, academic leader, was born in Chicago on June. The Justice Department commemorated the 30th anniversary in 2005, was headed by Edward H. The Award was established to pay tribute, the memory. The Senate confirmed Michael Mukasey as attorney general. William Colby headed the CIA, Daniel Patrick Moynihan. Government officials honored the memory, achievements.

First, Jewish Attorney General of the United States, American law professor, Academic leader, Former, federal judge, Renowned college