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Morton N. Katz - A lifetime of Service to Others

By: Eric B. Miller

Connecticut Lawyer Magazine

Morton N. Katz, A lifetime of Service to Others

Morton N. Katz has been a member of the bar since 1951. He has had a remarkable career as a combat veteran of World war II, success as an attorney, and has a distinguished record as a public servant and participant in several pro bono programs. I had the pleasure of sitting down with Attorney Katz at his home in Avon to discuss his career and the reason why he was driven to find time to help people who needed his assistance.  

Born in Hartford in 1919, Attorney Katz has been a Connecticut resident nearly his entire life. He graduated Weaver High School in 1935 and from the former Connecticut State College with a B.S. in Chemistry in 1939. He then proceeded to Iowa State University, Ames, where he graduated with an M.S. in Organic Chemistry.... [Click the pdf below to continue reading.]

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