January/February, 2008 – The ABA’s Law Practice Magazine 2008 Trends Report includes the formation of the Segal Institute as a “Hot Law Practice Trend”.
June 23, 2007 – Judge Phyllis W. Beck joins the Advisory Board of Segal Institute: Press Release
June 8, 2007 – Wall Street Journal Names the Establishment of the Segal Institute a Law Firm Innovation. The article describes the Segal Institute and its services, and cites its “impressive” Advisory Board.
June 6, 2007 – Philadelphia Inquirer writes how the Segal Institute is “Helping Attorneys Hone Appeals”. See Article
February 21, 2007 – Bernard G. Segal Institute for Appellate Advocacy Established
Distinguished Advisory Board will oversee ground-breaking approach to unique area of appellate practice (more).
May 29, 2007 – The Bernard G. Segal Institute for Appellate Advocacy LLC Hosts:
“What Price Justice?”
Judicial Independence Forum
Held at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the event involved a mock argument about judicial independence in the context of campaign contributions to judicial candidates. The Honorable Phyllis W. Beck, The Honorable Henry E. Frye, The Honorable Miriam Shearing, The Honorable Kenneth W. Starr, and the Honorable William H. Webster served as the judges hearing the arguments of acting attorneys Neal R. Sonnett and George T. Patton, Jr. The argument was followed by a panel discussion, co-moderated by Seth S. Andersen of the American Judicature Society and Lynn A. Marks of Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts.