Although some consider it redundant, Elliot Glicksman spent decades as both an attorney and a comedian. Beginning in 1981, Elliot performed stand-up comedy as one half of the team of Bob & Bob. After that he began a solo career as Danny Boskowitz out of concern that Elliot Glicksman might sound too Jewish. In the course of his comedy career, Glicksman has opened for Jerry Seinfeld, Lizz Winstead, Phyllis Diller, Gilbert Gottfried and Ricky Nelson. He's also performed with syndicated cartoonist and columnist David Fitzsimmons as a member of the Arroyo Cafe Players.
Elliot spent most of his 42 year legal career seeking civil justice for crime victims. He is the Past President of the Arizona Association for Justice, and served on the Advisory Board of the National Crime Victims Bar Association. For his efforts, he has been the recipient of the American Jewish Committee's 2014 Learned Hand Award for Community Service, the 2009 Cystic Fibrosis Breath of Life Award, and the 2017 Steven M. Gootter Award for his philanthropic service. In 2010, Elliot was named one of the top 50 Pro Bono Lawyers in Arizona.
In 2014, Glicksman founded the Tucson Jazz Festival and for 9 years served as its President. His memoir "So Far, So Good--Answers To Questions I Should Have Been Asked" was written with the love, support and the proofreading help of his wife Lorraine.