Student Seats Filling Fast at Trial College on the Campus of Princeton, Reports Brian Steller

Print PDF

ROSELAND, N.J./February 4, 2010 --  Connell Foley partner Brian G. Steller has formalized an inaugural five-day trial college on the campus of Princeton University from June 6 through June 10, 2010. With just a few coveted spots remaining, 35 students with three or four years of trial experience from New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania firms will meet with 20 accomplished faculty attorneys from across the United States.

Approved by the local chapter of ABOTA and the Executive Committee of the National Board of Directors, on the agenda are advanced techniques in trial preparation and trial practice. Participating faculty from as far as Washington, Texas, California, and Arkansas will select a group of students at the end of instruction to demonstrate strengthened skills during a mock trial, with former Chief of the Federal District Court for the District of New Jersey and Princeton alumnus John Bissell presiding.

"The trial college is in line with ABOTA's mission to promote professionalism and civility, and formal presentations will reinforce these standards for those involved in heavy trial practice," stated Steller.

For an agenda and registration information, please click here.

MEDIA: To arrange for event coverage, contact Brian Steller at 973-535-0500 or or ABOTA at

About Connell Foley

Established in 1938, Connell Foley LLP has achieved success in litigation, corporate law, and a broad range of specialty areas. Comprising more than 110 lawyers, who are organized into 21 distinct practice areas, Connell Foley is proud of its continued ability to deliver the highest levels of legal representation and satisfaction for its clients. Although Connell Foley has the resources of a large law firm, its attorneys view the practice of law to be a personal service, whether the client is a multinational corporation or an entrepreneur embarking on a new venture. Connell Foley has locations in Roseland, Jersey City, New York City, and Philadelphia.


Back to Page