Dale and Max Berger
Dale Berger has a long career as a businesswoman specializing in retail, owning several successful stores in New York City. She most recently worked as a commercial real estate broker, specializing in leasing of office spaces and sales of commercial buildings. Ms. Berger has held numerous leadership roles with various not-for-profit organizations including Her Justice, Women for Women International, New Alternatives for Children, and Young Leadership of Israel Bonds. Ms. Berger holds degrees from Skidmore College and Tufts University. Max Berger (BBA 1968) is senior founding partner of Bernstein Litowitz Berger & Grossman LLP. Mr. Berger also serves the academic community in numerous capacities as a member of the Dean's Council to Columbia Law School, and as a member of the Board of Trustees of Baruch College. He has taught Profession of Law, an ethics course at Columbia Law School, and currently serves on the Advisory Board of Columbia Law School's Center on Corporate Governance. In May 2006, he was presented with the Distinguished Alumnus Award for his contributions to Baruch College, and in February 2011, Mr. Berger received Columbia Law School's most prestigious and highest honor, "The Medal for Excellence." He and his wife, Dale, have also established the Dale and Max Berger Public Interest Law Fellowship at Columbia Law School and the Max Berger Pre-Law Program at Baruch College.
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