Firm Founders, Partners and Leaders


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Alfred L. Rose, Class of 1910, was a long-serving managing partner of Proskauer, Rose, Goetz & Mendelson (the firm that had been founded by his father, William P. Rose, originally as Rose & Putzel and then as Rose & Paskus). Alfred joined the firm in 1911, one year out of law school and became a partner in 1919. He has been described as one of the four men who steered the firm to eminence in the first 60 years of the twentieth century.


New York Law School, Alfred Rose, Rose, Proskauer, Goetz, Mendelsohn