Recipient: Annual Outstanding Achievement Award, State University of New York at Buffalo, School of Law, 1966; Outstanding Practitioner Award from the Criminal Justice Section of the New York State Bar Association, 1975; Award for Legal Defense of Freedom of the Press, the New York Press Club, 1979; Distinguished Alumni Award, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1982; Distinguished Alumni Award, State University of New York at Buffalo, School of Law, 1983; Distinguished Alumni Award, Pennsylvania State University, 1985; Thurgood Marshall Award from the New York State Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, 1995. Author: "Has Anyone Here Seen Brady," Criminal Law Bulletin, 1973; "Representing a Witness Before a Grand Jury," Criminal Defense Techniques, published by Matthew Bender, 1973-1974; "Sentencing—Making the Best of a Bad Situation," New York State Bar Journal, 1974. Co-author: "The Rise and Fall of Roth—A Critique of the Recent Supreme Court Obscenity Decisions," Criminal Law Bulletin, 1974; "In the Valley of the Blind—Jury Selection In a Criminal Case," New York State Bar Journal, April, 1980; "Working With Words," New York State Bar Journal, April, 1982; "Good News: The Bill of Particulars is Alive and Well and Living in the Second Circuit, Parts I and II," Criminal Law Advocacy Reporter, August & September 1989; "The Rise of the Rosario Rule," Parts I and II, New York Law Journal, March 1990; "Mirror Mirror on the Wall..." (Jury Selection in Criminal Cases), New York State Bar Journal, January 1992; "Equal in All Things: Drawing the Line on Nudity," Criminal Law Bulletin, March/April 1993; "The Fate of Peremptory Challenges," New York Law Journal, November 1993. General Counsel, First Amendment Lawyers Association, 1973-1975. Listed in "The Best Lawyers in America."
American College of Trial Lawyers; American Academy of Appellate Lawyers; American Board of Criminal Lawyers; International Society of Barristers.
(Also Of Counsel, Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria LLP)