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EvanGoldberg/Board of Members, SOMOS, Inc. Model New York State Senate Session SOMOS College Scholarships Presentation Ceremony, Thursday, Hune 8, 2017, CUNY Graduate Center.


Evan M. Goldberg, Esq. is a partner and senior trial attorney with the New York City law
firm of Trolman, Glaser & Lichtman and Past President of the New York State Trial Lawyers

As a third-generation lawyer, he has continued his family’s tradition of service during his
exclusive representation of negligence victims over the past 28 years in matters involving
automobile, construction and premises accidents, medical malpractice, product liability and
wrongful death proceedings. His verdicts and performance in court have achieved recognition
in the media, in “Top Verdicts in New York” listings, as well as by his inclusion in the “Super
Lawyers” list for the New York region.

Mr. Goldberg has also been active in the New York State Bar Association, first chairing a
Medical Malpractice Committee within the Association, then serving as the elected Chair of the
Trial Lawyers Section and ultimately being elected to the Association’s Executive Committee
and House of Delegates, helping to govern the 75,000 attorney-member organization.  As part
of his work with the State Bar, as well as his presidency of the State Trial Lawyers,
he has chaired programs and committees, lectured to attorneys and the public, authored book
chapters and articles and has given his expert legal commentary on network television and
radio, all involving different aspects of personal injury law.  As a Bar Leader, he lobbies the State
Legislature, the Governor’s office and the United States Congress to help secure the continued
rights of accident victims.

Mr. Goldberg devotes considerable time to charitable endeavors, being a Fellow of the New
York Bar Foundation and serving the legal needs of the Children’s Arts & Science Workshops, a
non-profit organization dedicated to providing choices and development for at-risk youth in
New York City.  He has participated in worker-safety panel discussions for SOMOS for years and
is SOMOS’ newest board member.