Neil A. Goldberg, a nationally recognized trial lawyer and a founding partner of Goldberg Segalla, has been named to the National Advisory Board of the University at Buffalo Law School’s Advocacy Institute. UB Law established the institute to help train its students to become the best advocates they can within the profession — with the Advisory Board in place to ensure quality programming that is reflective of the leading ideas in the field.
Neil, a UB Law graduate (’73) and 2016 recipient (along with partner Thomas F. Segalla) of UB Law’s Distinguished Alumni Award for Private Practice, joins 14 other acclaimed practitioners on the National Advisory Board. “These board members are renowned in their fields, with outstanding reputations and accomplishments, and we are honored that they have joined us to help guide the institute in becoming one of the nation’s top advocacy programs,” said Dr. Charles Patrick Ewing, the Advocacy Institute’s director.
A past president of the Defense Research Institute, Neil is on the Executive Committee of the USLAW Network. He is also the editor and contributing author of seven books on the defense of complex personal injury cases.