Holtzmann, Fanny E.
1902 - 1980

Born: 1902 in Brooklyn, New York
Died: 2/5/1980
Ethnicity: White/Caucasian
Professional Facts

Practice Area:
Commercial Law
Estates and Trusts
Entertainment industry
Tax law
Estate law
Corporate finance
Regions and States of Practice:
NY, Northeast
CA, West
Legal Education:
Fordham Law, 1922
Positions During Her Career:
Worked at the law firm of Keppler and Hochman in New York (1919-1922)
Works as a private practitioner in New York, later joined by her brother (1923-1980)
Female lawyer to occupy space in the New York City Bar Association Building (1923)
Awarded an honorary doctorate of human letters from the Hebrew Union College (1980)

Further Research Materials

The Lady and the Law: The Remarkable Story of Fanny Holtzmann
Edward (Ted) O. Berkman, The Lady and the Law: The Remarkable Story of Fanny Holtzmann. Manifest Publications (October 1, 1999).
Dawn Bradley Berry, The 50 Most Influential Women in American Law. Los Angeles: Contemporary Books (1996).

Student Papers:
Fanny E. Holtzmann
Gilbert, Sarah, 2007