Brian Ginsberg, Partner in the Appellate Practice Group, has been named to the New York State Bar Association’s Committee on Courts of Appellate Jurisdiction.
This statewide committee is an invitation-only group of judges, scholars, and leading appellate practitioners that is devoted to improving the practice of appellate law and appellate court operations within New York state.
Among the Committee’s responsibilities are evaluating the practices and procedures of New York’s state and federal appellate courts, developing recommendations for state-level and national court reform, conducting CLE programs regarding appellate litigation, and proposing amicus briefs to be filed by the New York State Bar Association in appropriate cases.
The Committee also operates a moot court program that facilitates mock oral argument sessions for attorneys scheduled to argue cases in the New York State Court of Appeals.
“I have long admired the impressive work of the New York State Bar Association’s Committee on Courts of Appellate Jurisdiction,” Brian said. “I am honored to have been appointed to the Committee and look forward to collaborating with such a distinguished group of jurists, academics, and fellow advocates on matters of importance to the New York appellate community and beyond.”