Hennock, Frieda Barkin
1904 - 1960

Alias: Frieda Barkin
Born: 9/27/1904
Died: 6/20/1960
Ethnicity: White/Caucasian
Professional Facts

Practice Area:
Criminal Law
Criminal Law
Corporate Law
Regions and States of Practice:
NY, Northeast
Legal Education:
Brooklyn Law School, 1924
Positions During Her Career:
Private practitioner (1926-1927, 1950s-1960)
Formed a partnership with Julius Silver (1927-1933)
Assistant counsel to the New York Mortgage Commission (1935-1939)
Lectured on current developments in law and economics at the Brooklyn Law School (1936)
Associated with Choate, Mitchell and Ely (1941-1948)
FCC commissioner (1948-1955)
Attorney with the firm of Davies, Richberg, Tydings, Beebe and Landa (1955-1950s)
Woman and Democrat associated with Choate, Mitchell & Ely, one of New York's most prestigious law firms (1941)
Woman appointed to the Federal Communications Committee (FCC) (1948)

Further Research Materials

Barbara Sicherman and Carol Hurd Green (Editors), Notable American Women: The Modern Period: A Biographical Dictionary. Cambridge: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press (1980)