Robert Hertzberg

Robert Hertzberg

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Robert Myles Hertzberg served as Speaker of the California State Assembly. He was twice elected unanimously Speaker of the State Assembly, and served two terms.California Political Almanac, 6th Ed., edited by A.G. Block and Claudia Buck, 1999, pp.285-87. Elected in 1996 to the State Assembly he represented the 40th District including: North Hollywood, Studio City, Van Nuys and Woodland Hills. In the State Assembly, he represented more than 400,000 constituents in the San Fernando Valley communities of Los Angeles. Since leaving the State Assembly in 2002, he has served as Co-Chair of California Forward and a member of The Think Long Committee of California, lost a 2005 bid to become mayor of Los Angeles, and maintains a law practice at the international firm Mayer Brown LLP, where he serves as Vice Chairman.

Early life

Robert Myles Hertzberg was born on November 19, 1954 in Los Angeles, California to Harrison W. Hertzberg and Antoinette "Bunny" Taussig Hertzberg. He was a 1972 graduate of Palm Springs High School. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Redlands with a Bachelor of Arts double major in History and English in 1976. While in college, he wrote a 400-page handbook, entitled A Commonsense Approach to English. Three...
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