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Miles A. Jellinek C’69, L’74 Merion Station, Pa., June 2006, noted Philadelphia attorney and teacher. A fter receiving his bachelor’s degree from Penn in 1969, Mr. Jellinek served in the Army and later as a customs inspector with the U.S. Treasury Department before attending Penn Law. After graduation he served as a law clerk to Common Pleas Court Judge Paul M. Chalfin in Philadelphia, and in 1975 joined Cozen O’Connor, specializing in complex property damage cases. I n 1991, he served as one of the lead attorneys for the owners of One Meridian Plaza in Center City, which was destroyed in a fire that also claimed the lives of three firefighters. Beginning in 2001, Mr. Jellinek taught contract law and law in society to business students at Temple University. He served on the board of Congregation Rodeph Shalom and on the board of the Germantown Cricket Club. Mr. Jellinek is survived by his wife, Annabelle O’Leary Jellinek, and his daughters Beth and Laura.
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