Harvey Silverglate commenced law practice in 1967 and, in 1969, joined with Norman Zalkind to form the pioneering firm of Zalkind & Silverglate, where he practiced until 1973 (although he and Norman continued to try cases together long after Harvey left the partnership). In the years before and since that time, he has practiced with many of the area’s leading lawyers.
Harvey concentrates his practice in three areas: criminal defense (trial and appellate), students’ rights and academic freedom, and civil liberties (including First Amendment and reporter’s privilege and news media rights). He has practiced in state and federal courts, civilian and military, and academic and administrative tribunals around the country.
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