Margolin, Phillip (Michael)

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MARGOLIN, Phillip (Michael)

MARGOLIN, Phillip (Michael). American, b. 1944. Genres: Novels. Career: Liberia, Peace Corps volunteer, 1965-67; NYC Public Schools, NYC, teacher, 1968-70; Oregon Court of Appeals, Salem, law clerk to presiding judge, 1970-71; admitted to the Oregon State Bar, 1972, the Bar of the US District Court of Oregon, 1973, US Court of Appeals (9th circuit), 1974, US Supreme Court, 1977; deputy district attorney and special agent for Multnomah County, Portland, Oregon, 1971-72; private practice in Portland, 1973, 1980-86; Nash & Margolin, Portland, partner, 1974-80; Margolin & Margolin, Portland, 1986-. Lecturer on law topics. Publications: NOVELS: Heartstone, 1978; The Last Innocent Man, 1981; Gone, but Not Forgotten, 1993; After Dark, 1995; Burning Man, 1996; The Undertaker's Widow, 1998; Wild Justice, 2000; The Associate, 2001; Ties That Bind, 2003. Contributor of short stories to periodicals, and legal articles to professional journals. Address: 621 SW Morrison St., Ste. 1025, Portland, OR 97205, U.S.A.