Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Harry Carl Schaub has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in securities law.
As a child, Mr. Schaub grew up in a family of engineers. He knew very early he did not want that path for himself and began to seek his own path. Revealed by his schooling, he gravitated toward history and political sciences. In college, he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, and received a scholarship to go to Yale University, where he earned a JD in 1955. He previously received a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Pennsylvania in 1950. He was admitted to practice in the state of Pennsylvania in 1955. In addition to his education, Mr. Schaub served as a captain in the US Army from 1951 to 1953. During this time, he served as an intelligence staff officer in the General Staff G-2, where his skills and expertise covered Eastern Europe during the Cold War.
In 1955, Mr. Schaub began working as an associate for Montgomery, McCracken, Walker & Rhoads. The quality of his work and dedication to his clients was recognized in just a few years’ time, and in 1963, Mr. Schaub was made a partner of the firm. He worked in this respect until 1999, then becoming of counsel at the firm until his retirement. From 1998 to 2004, Mr. Schaub also served in the roles as a dean and Chief Executive Officer of the Consular Corps College. His talents and world history knowledge have also been tapped as a Consul General for the Republic of Austria to the State of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Schaub cites that one of his greatest career achievements was the occasion of being submitted to be partner at Montgomery, McCracken, Walker & Rhoads. In addition, writing and publishing his book, “Call Your First Witness: The Untold Story of Abwehr General Erwin Lahousen, First U.S. Witness at the Nuremburg Trial.” In recognition of his career contributions, he is the recipient of the Johann Strauss Award from the City of Vienna. He was valedictorian of the MMI Preparatory School and decorated with the Grand Cross of Honor, First Class of Austria. Throughout his career, Mr. Schaub has maintained professional affiliation with the John Peter Zenger Law Society, the Austrian Society of Pennsyvlania, the Military Order of Foreign Wars, the American Council on Germany, the Athenaeum of Philadelphia, the Penn Club, the Rittenhouse Club, the Union League of Philadelphia, Pi Gamma Mu and Phi Beta Kappa.
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