Abe Krash
Retired Partner
Abe Krash received a law degree from the
University of Chicago in 1949 and was a
graduate fellow at the Yale Law School. He
has been a visiting lecturer at Yale Law
School and is presently Visiting Professor
from Practice at the Georgetown University
Law Center where he teaches Constitutional Law. Mr. Krash is the
author of numerous articles on topics relating to constitutional law,
antitrust and trade regulation, criminal law, and federal civil
procedure. He was for many years head of the Arnold & Porter
antitrust practice group, and he was President of the Friends of the
Law Library of Congress. Mr. Krash was counsel for many major
companies, including among others Miller Brewing Company, Kraft
General Foods, Philip Morris, Lever Brothers, and Monsanto, in all
kinds of proceedings.
 Abe Krash “The Architects of the Gideon Decision: Abe
Fortas and Justice Hugo Black” Texas Law Review, Volume
92, No. 5, April 2014
 Abe Krash “Sounding The Trumpet: The Gideon Case” 1996
 Abe Krash “Insanity and the Law, Part II: Toward A Saner
Insanity Defense–The Durham Case” 1996
Contact Information
tel: +1 202.942.5752
fax: +1 202.942.5999
555 Twelfth Street, NW
Washington, DC 20004-1206
Graduate Fellow, Yale Law
School, 1949-50
JD, University of Chicago Law
School, 1949
BA, University of Chicago, 1946
District of Columbia