Jack Greenberg


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Greenberg, Jack

(1924–  ) lawyer, educator; born in New York City. As assistant counsel, then director-counsel of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Legal Defense and Education Fund (1949–84), he argued many important civil rights cases before the Supreme Court. He taught at Columbia University's law school (1970–84) and served as vice-dean before becoming dean of Columbia College (1989). His books include Judicial Process and Social Change (1976).
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Joerres succeeds Jack Greenberg, who after serving as non-executive chairman since 2006, has announced his retirement.
Thanks to Klaus Hermsdorf and Benno Wagner, whose monumental collection Amtliche Schriften (2004) contains more than a 1,000 pages of Kafka's office writings; and Stanley Corngold, Jack Greenberg and Benno Wagner's Franz Kafka: The Office Writings (2008), we now know that he also authored various articles and studies dealing with accident prevention, risk classifications, premium analysis and so on.
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EDITED BY STANLEY CORNGOLD, JACK GREENBERG, AND BENNO WAGNER, TRANSLATED BY ERIC PATTON WITH RUTH HEIN PRINCETON, NJ: PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS.
When he died in 2003, the Laredo Morning News recalled, "Tijerina traveled to New York to get advice from Jack Greenberg, then the head of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People's Legal Defense and Education Fund.
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Board of Education of Topeka was initially filed in February 1951 by three Topeka area lawyers, assisted by the NAACP's Robert Carter and Jack Greenberg.