Born: February 27, 1925
Camden, New Jersey

Died: May 29, 2004
Washington, D.C.

Summary by
Zona Hostetler

Interviews Conducted by
Zona F. Hostetler, Esq.

Professor Samuel Dash

Oral History Text & Documentation

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Oral History Summary

BIOGRAPHY – July 10, 1997

Personal:
Parents – Joseph and Ida (Weinberg)
Married – Sara Goldhirsh, July 14, 1946
Children – Judy and Rachel

Education:
Temple University, BS 1947
Harvard University, JD 1950
Fairfield University, LLD 1974
Georgiatown University, LLD 1983
Temple University, PSD 1978

Bars:
Illinois 1950
Pennsylvania 1952
U.S. Supreme Court 1955
Washington, DC 1978

Publications:
The Eavesdroppers, 1959
Chief Counsel, 1976

Professional:
Office of Independent Counsel in Whitewater Matter, Ethics Counsel, 1994-1998
Senate of Alaska, Chief Counsel Impeachment Inquiry, 1985
Senate of Porto Rico, Special Counsel on Cerro Maravilla Investigation, 1983-1992
Law Reform Commission, Australia, Counsel, 1977-1981
National Association Attorneys General, Counsel, 1971-1973
Ford Foundation, Counsel, 1958-1963
US Senate Select Committee Presidential Campaign Activities (Senate Watergate Commission), Chief Counsel, 1973-1974
Georgetown University School of Law, Professor, 1965-2004
Philadelphia Council of Community Advancement, Director, 1963-1965
Dash & Levy, Philadelphia, Partner, 1958-1963
Blank & Rudenko, Philadelphia, Partner, 1956-1958
Philadelphia, District Attorney, 1955-1956

The above is a summary of Samuel Dash’s career. Read more in his bio attached to his Oral History above.

Courtesy of the Georgetown University Law Center