Thursday, May 24, 2012

Who's Who In Knickerbocker Village History: Eve Preminger, 1940 Census

from kramer levin
Before serving as Surrogate for New York County from 1991 to 2005, Judge Preminger was a Justice of the Supreme Court in New York County presiding over a civil commercial and complex and protracted litigation trial part from 1987 to 1990, and, prior to that, handling major criminal trials in the Criminal Division of the Supreme Court. Previously, Judge Preminger worked in private practice where she focused on commercial litigation before becoming the Director of Legal Services, and later President, of the Correctional Association of New York (CANY). In 1975-76 she served as Special Assistant Attorney General in the inquiry on the Attica Prosecution. Judge Preminger was a member of the Founding Board of Advisors of the Gay Men’s Health Crisis, the Board of Directors of Project Green Hope and numerous other community organizations. She has served on many Supreme Court Committees and bar association committees. She is a member of the American Law Institute and the National Association of Women Judges. Judge Preminger received an LL.B from Columbia Law School in 1960, where she was an editor of the Columbia Law Review and later served on the law school faculty. She was selected by representatives of the faculty, students and administration of Columbia University to serve as the Presiding Officer of all intra-university trials involving student sit-ins, strikes and other disturbances.
In 1940 Eve was living at 10 Monroe with her father Ingo and her mother Kate.

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