Persuasive Legal Writing In The Age Of COVID-19
A highly sought-after lecturer with an engaging, witty style, Justice Gerald Lebovits has been a New York City judge since 2001. An acting Supreme Court justice in Manhattan, he is president of the 300-judge New York State Association of Acting Supreme Court Justices.
Lebovits has been an adjunct professor of law for 32 years, currently at Columbia, Fordham, and NYU. The students at Fordham, New York Law School, and St. John's have each elected him Adjunct Law Professor of the Year.
The author of six books and more than 300 articles, Lebovits has given hundreds of CLEs on legal writing, ethics, criminal practice, and landlord-tenant law for bar associations, government organizations, and the New York State Court System. He has authored the Legal Writer Column for the New York State Bar Journal since 2001.
See why so many consider Justice Lebovits New York’s finest speaker on legal writing. Lebovits will share easy-to-remember and simple-to-understand methods of persuasive writing that will make a difference in your next case. You’ll learn the elements of a winning brief — from cover to conclusion, including storytelling, theme, organization, style, rhetoric, ethics, and legal method. This presentation will be jam-packed with practical advice, from making every word count, to citing, to making a court want to rule for you.
- April 14, 2020
- Online On-Demand