Arnold Laub

Labor, Mediation
The Laub Building, 807 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, California 94133



1961, California

Law School

Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California, LL.B., 1960; Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California, J.D., 1960

Law School Graduation Year



Los Angeles City College, A.A., 1953; University of California, Berkeley, B.A., 1955


Alameda County Bar Association (Chairman, Drug Abuse Prevention, 1971-1972; Chairman, Medical Liaison, 1971-1972; State Bar Convention Delegate, 1969); State Bar of California (Chairman, Disciplinary Board, State Bar District No. 5, County of Alameda, 1971-1972; Alternate Member, Disciplinary Board, Committee No. 2-6, County of Alameda, 1971-1972); California Trial Lawyers Association (Board of Governors, 1990-1991); The Association of Trial Lawyers of America; American Arbitration Association (Arbitrator, 1965).


Zeta Beta Tau. Instructor, Trial Practice, Hastings Law School. Director, 1963-1964, Legal Counsel, 1966-1967, and President, 1967-1968, Oakland Jaycees; National Director, 1968-1969, President, 1969-1970, and Chairman of the Board, 1970-1971, California Jaycees. Director, Ambassadors League, San Francisco, 1984. Commissioner, Library Advisory Commissioner, City of Oakland, 1984. Member, Air Conservation Committee - TB and Health Association, Oakland, California, 1968-1972. Membership Chairman, 1967-1968 and Legal Counsel, 1968-1970, Athens Athletic Club. Director, Children's Vision Center of East Bay, 1967-1970. Director, Oakland Chamber of Commerce, 1967-1968. Chairman, Fund Raiser, American Cancer Society, Contra Costa County Division, 1975. Entertainment Chairman, Contra Costa Fund Raiser, Houston I. Fournoy, Campaign for Governor, 1974. President, Republican Alliance, Contra Costa County Division, 1974. Trustee, Contra Costa County Law Library, 1974. Director and Membership Chairman, Republican Alliance, Contra Costa County Division, 1973. Alternate, Contra Costa County Centra Committee, 1973. Chairman, Almeda County Committee for the Employment of the Handicapped, 1969-1972. State Finance Co-Chairman, Bryan Van Camp Campaign for Secretary of State, 1973. Treasurer and Member, Board of Trustees, Junior Statesman Foundation, 1973. Member, Speakers Bureau, California for Lower Taxes (Proposition #1). Chairman, Drug and Alcohol Abuse, for Governor's Committee for Employment of the Handicapped, 1971-1972. Member, Governor's Committee for Employment of the Handicapped (Appointed by Governor Reagan), 1969. Executive Director, California Service Alliance, 1969. Member, Republican Senatorial Inner Circle, 1985. Trustee and Member of Steering Committee, United Negro College Fund, 1971. Special Assistant to the Director, Office of Business, Washington, D.C., to the State of California, 1971-1973. Member, California Insurance Commissioner's Task Force. Listed in Marquis Who's in the West, 1972. Selected, Outstanding


U.S. Coast Guard, 1955-1957