Laski, Neville Jonas

(1890-1969)
   English barrister and communal worker. He served as president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews from 1933 to 1939. He was also chairman of the administrative committee of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, and vice-president of the Anglo-Jewish Association. His publications include Jewish Rights and Jewish Wrongs and The Laws and Charities of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews Congregation of London.

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