Irving Isaacson practices both commercial and corporate law in Lewiston, Maine. Born in Auburn, Maine on August 7, 1915, he attended Auburn and Lewiston elementary and secondary schools. He enrolled in the U.S. Army in December 1940, and spent six years in the military stationed in both the United States and Europe. On December 24, 1945, he married Judith Magyar in Nurnberg, Germany. They have three children.
Bates College (B.A., 1936); Harvard Law School (J.D., 1939).
Assistant County Attorney, Androscoggin County (1948 - 1955); Judge, Auburn Municipal Court (1958 - 1964).
BAR ADMISSIONS & MEMBERSHIPS
Maine (1939); U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit; U.S. Tax Court; U.S. District Court, District of Maine. Bar Affiliations and Memberships: Androscoggin County, Maine State and American (Taxation Section) Bar Associations.
Author of a number of legal texts for the training of law enforcement officers including, "Manual for Arresting Officers," "Manual for the Traffic Officer," and others. Author of "Memoirs of an Amateur Spy" (2001), depicting his experiences in World War II.