Blaustein, Albert Paul
Born: Oct 21, 1921 AD
Died: 1994 AD, at 72 years of age.
1921 - Born on the 21st of October in New York City.
1941 - He attended the University of Michigan, where he worked on The Michigan Daily newspaper, and graduated.
1942-1946 - Served in the Judge Advocate General's Corps.
1948 - He went on to obtain more honors from the Columbia University.
- He was admitted to the New York State Bar.
1955 - He worked in the New York Law School as assistant professor of law as well as a consultant for the National Trial Lawyers Association before moving to Rutgers University.
1959 - He became law librarian.
1959-1968 - Blaustein worked in the London School of Economics and Political Science.
1962-1963 - The Constitution Associates foreign advisory board and the US Department of Education and the US Commission on Civil Rights.
1966 - Blaustein later worked to develop the Russian court system and constitution and served as the expert witness on legal aspects of population control for the US Senate.
1971-1972 - He acted as a legal consultant to various African nations and to the United States Senate.
- He worked with the Civil Rights Reviewing Authority, National Committee for American Foreign Policy, New Jersey Division on Civil Rights and also helped found Law day.
1994 - He died this year.
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