Press Release – Houston, TX – On Tuesday Nov. 27, Stephen D. Susman, Founding Partner of Susman Godfrey LLP, delivered the 25th annual Irving R. Segal Lecture in Trial Advocacy to a packed audience at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. In his lecture, entitled “The Joy of Lawyering: Partnership Agreements, Fee Agreements with Clients, and Pretrial Agreements with Opposing Counsel,” Susman discussed his experience founding Susman Godfrey, the rationales behind his pioneering fee and pretrial agreements, and his passion for trial lawyering.
The Irving R. Segal Lecture in Trial Advocacy seeks to invite renowned oral advocates to speak at Penn Law. This lecture series was established by the late Irving R. “Buddy” Segal C’35, L’38, who was a leading member of Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP in Philadelphia.
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