Labe M. Richman
- 1983, New York; 1989, U.S. District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York and U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit; 1994, U.S. Supreme Court
- J.D., cum laude, Cardozo Law School
- Member, Cardozo Law Review, 1980–1981. Adjunct Professor, New York Law School, 2004–2007. Recipient, Innovative CLE Program Award for research, development and presentation of "Effective Trial Communication Techniques: The Application of Advertising, Drama and Psychology to Trials," New York County Lawyers' Association, October 21, 2003. Author: "Deported Defendants: Challenging Convictions From Abroad," The New York Law Journal, June 14, 2006; "Opening Within the Rules," The New York Law Journal, July 17, 2002; "May Jurors Question Witnesses?" The New York Law Journal, September 25, 2003; "Interrogations and Confessions," Criminal Defense Techniques, Chapter 3 (Matthew Bender, 1988); see further articles and lectures on this site. Also, more accomplishments are listed below in greater detail.
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