Levinson & Friedman Fund

Gifts & Funds

When Edwin J. Friedman (class of 1934) died in 1981, his partners established a fund in honor of him and Sam L. Levinson (class of 1925), as the founders of the firm that was by then Levinson, Friedman, Vhugen, Duggan, Bland & Horowitz.

The partners wrote:

Together they forged a reputation for competence and excellence in the representation of their clients. The name Levinson & Friedman on a pleading indicated to opponents that they were in for a tough but fair and honest fight. It was this reputation that caused us and our associates to seek out this firm for employment.

Mr. Levinson added to the fund in a bequest when he died in 1995. The Levinson & Friedman Fund supports scholarships as well as Library acquisitions.

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