The Trial Lawyers Section of the New York State Bar Association is pleased to welcome Section members and visitors. Among the resources available at this site is a comprehensive listing of links relevant to the Section, information concerning the National Trial Competition Region 2 for law students that is sponsored by the Trial Lawyers Section, information concerning scholarships made available by the TLS to new attorneys who demonstrate a commitment to diversity, and upcoming networking and CLE events. Members of the Section are invited to share ideas and seek opinions in the Trial Lawyers Section e-community listserve/forum.
New York Practice 101
Friday, February 7 | 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. | NYC & Webcast
Bridging the Gap Segments
Civil Practice in NYS Supreme Court – Top 10 Mistakes to Avoid in Commencing or Responding to a Lawsuit
Skillfully Handling Your First Deposition and Deposition Basics for NY Litigators
CPLR Update (2017)
Cross Examination of a Witness 101
Fundamentals of Depositions
New York Civil Trial and Procedure
Ten Tips for Taking Your First Deposition
New York Civil Practice and Procedure Update
Skillfully Handling Your First Deposition | 10 Tips for Success
New York Civil Practice and Procedure Update 2016
Trying Cases: Understanding the Mindset and Trial Platform Needed to Win
Discovery, Motions and Depositions | Key Tips for Success
Cross Examination of an Expert Witness in a Medical Malpractice Case
Recorded Program Archive
CPLR Update/Motions for Summary Judgement (2019)
Medical Malpractice Litigation (2019)
CPLR Update (2019)
Jury Selection: The Importance of Data-Driven Consulting in Litigation (2018)
Alternative Dispute Resolution in Personal Injury and Civil Litigation (2018)
Intro to Civil Practice Skills: Torts, Personal Injury and Insurance Law (2018)
Failure to Diagnose Breast Cancer - Medical Malpractice (2018)
CPLR Update 2018
Anatomy and Medicine for Lawyers: How Injury Relates to Litigation (2018)
Keeping Current with New York Automobile Litigation (2018)
Deposition Boot Camp (2017) - Part 1 and Part 2
Henry Miller - The Trial (2017)
Cross Examination of Expert Witnesses (2013)
Basics of Civil Practice: The Trial (2013)
Basics of Trial Practice: After the Verdict (2013)
New York Evidence Rules: Civil and Criminal (2013)
The Art of Selecting and Engaging the Jury (2012)
Relevant Book and Form Products of Interest for Trial Lawyers
Practitioner's Handbook for Appeals to the Court of Appeals - 3rd Edition
Hon. Alan D. Scheinkman
Professor David D. Siegal
Preparing For and Trying the Civil Law Suit - 2nd Edition
Neil A. Goldberg, Esq.
John P. Freedenberg, Esq.
Representing the Personal Injury Plaintiff in New York, 2018-2019
Patrick J. Higgins, Esq.
Construction Site Personal Injury Litigation - 2nd Edition
Thomas F. Segalla, Esq.
Evidentiary Privileges - 6th Edition
Lawrence N. Gray, Esq.
Legal Writer: Drafting New York Civil-Litigation Documents
Hon. Gerald Lebovits
Foundation Evidence, Questions and Courtroom Protocols - 5th Edition
Hon. Edward M. Davidowitz
Robert L. Dreher, Esq.
Depositions Practice and Procedure in Federal and New York State Courts - 2nd Edition
Hon. Harold Baer, Jr.
Robert C. Meade, Jr., Esq.
Protecting the Catastrophically Injured Personal Injury
Michael W. Kessler, Esq.
Post-Trial Practice and Procedures
Dennis P. Glascott, Esq.
Criminal and Civil Contempt, 2nd Edition (Print)
Criminal and Civil Contempt, 2nd Edition (E-Book)
Depositions: Practice and Procedure in Federal and New York State Courts, 2nd Edition (Print)
Depositions: Practice and Procedure in Federal and New York State Courts, 2nd Edition (E-Book)
Evidentiary Privileges, 6th Edition (Grand Jury, Criminal and Civil Trials) (Print)
Evidentiary Privileges, 6th Edition (Grand Jury, Criminal and Civil Trials) (E-Book)
Medical Malpractice in New York, 4th Edition (Print)
Medical Malpractice in New York, 4th Edition (E-Book)
The Plaintiff's Personal Injury Action in New York State
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