September 18, 2009
NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED TRIAL LAWYER HENRY G. MILLER TO PRESENT CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION SEMINARS
New York State Bar Continuing Legal Education
Committee Presents Full-Day Workshops Across the State on Trial Law
September 25th – October 9th – November 6th
ALBANY--The New York State Bar Association announced
today that nationally recognized trial attorney and author Henry G.
Miller (Clark, Gagliardi & Miller, P.C.) will lead a series of
seminars on trial practice as part of its Continuing Legal Education
(CLE) program. Covering every phase of trial, this seminar, called
“Henry Miller – The Trial,” will include live
demonstrations and practical tips on trial advocacy for both novice and
experienced attorneys, as well as NYSBA student members. From
pre-trial preparation to opening statements, examination, summation and
post-trial activity, this seminar will offer useful information and will
include a segment on ethics. Attendees will earn 7.5 MCLE credits,
including 1.0 ethics credit.
Mr. Miller has been actively trying cases for more than 40
years. As senior member of Clark, Gagliardi & Miller, P.C., in
White Plains, he represents plaintiffs in a wide range of areas,
including product liability, commercial, medical malpractice,
automobile, premises, construction, sex abuse, legal malpractice,
discrimination, whistleblower, real estate, dram shop and estate
disputes. He is past president of the New York State and Westchester
County Bar Associations and is both a Regent of the American College of
Trial Lawyers and a Director of the International Academy of Trial
Lawyers – two of the most prestigious national trial lawyer
associations. Mr. Miller is a frequent guest on television and radio
shows and has written extensively on trial practice.
For information on registration, program fees and the seminar agenda, visit www.nysba.org/cle.
The 76,000-member New York State Bar Association is the official statewide organization of lawyers in New York and the largest voluntary state bar association in the nation. Founded in 1876, State Bar programs and activities have continuously served the public and improved the justice system for more than 130 years.