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Storch, Laurence



  • Existence: 1950 January 5 -


Laurence Storch, born 1950, is an alumnus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and former member of the MIT Corporation. He earned the SB and SM, 1971, in Civil Engineering from MIT. He later earned a JD, 1974, from Harvard University.

Beginning in 1969. Storch became a member of the Committee on MIT Education, which worked on the MIT curricula. In 1971, Storch was first elected to the MIT Corporation for a one-year term when the Representative from Recent Classes category was first established. At the time, it made him the youngest person to serve on the Corporation at the age of 21. He was reelected to a five-year term starting in 1973. Storch later served as a member of the Visiting Committee for the Department of Nuclear Engineering.

From 1977 to 1981, Storch was employed with the US Department of State as deputy assistant legal advisor. He went into private legal practice in both Washington, DC, and New York City beginning in 1981. He has practiced law with the following firms: Storch & Brenner, Dilworth Paxson LLP, Fullbright & Jaworski LLP, and Pollack & Storch where he was employed as of 2020.