Albert C. Cohn

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Albert C. Cohn (December 20, 1885 – January 8, 1959) was a New York State Supreme Court Justice and the father of Roy Cohn.wikipedia
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Albert C. Cohn (December 20, 1885 – January 8, 1959) was a New York State Supreme Court Justice and the father of Roy Cohn.
Born to an observant Jewish family in the Bronx, New York City, Cohn was the only child of Dora (née Marcus; 1892–1967) and Judge Albert C. Cohn (1885–1959), who was influential in Democratic Party politics.

Irwin Untermyer

In April 1937, Governor Herbert H. Lehman promoted Cohn to a five-year term on the New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division, where his fellow Justices included Irwin Untermyer.
In 1933, Governor Herbert H. Lehman designated Untermyer as a justice of the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court, First Judicial Department, where he served alongside Justices that included Roy Cohn’s father Albert until Untermyer's retirement in August 1945.

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He spearheaded a program to get his alma mater, New York Law School, accreditation by the American Bar Association starting in 1947, and the institution was accredited in 1954.

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Albert C. Cohn (December 20, 1885 – January 8, 1959) was a New York State Supreme Court Justice and the father of Roy Cohn.

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He was influential in Democratic Party politics.

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He was born on December 20, 1885, and married Dora Marcus (1892–1967) in 1924 when he was the First Assistant District Attorney for Bronx County.

Amateur Athletic Union

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A 1931 decision by Cohn stripped control of amateur boxing in New York from the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) and placed it under control of the New York State Athletic Commission.

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A 1931 decision by Cohn stripped control of amateur boxing in New York from the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) and placed it under control of the New York State Athletic Commission.

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In April 1937, Governor Herbert H. Lehman promoted Cohn to a five-year term on the New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division, where his fellow Justices included Irwin Untermyer.

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In April 1937, Governor Herbert H. Lehman promoted Cohn to a five-year term on the New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division, where his fellow Justices included Irwin Untermyer.

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He spearheaded a program to get his alma mater, New York Law School, accreditation by the American Bar Association starting in 1947, and the institution was accredited in 1954.

New York City

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He died on January 8, 1959, in New York City.