Melvin M. Belli Society: Why This Should Matter to You
In 2016, William Goldfarb was nominated and inducted into the Melvin M. Belli Society for distinguishing himself as an innovator in the courtroom, a significant contributor to the practice of law, and dedicated to the principles of education. Membership of this prestigious organization is by invitation only, and requires approval by a board of some of the most highly regarded attorneys around the world.
The Belli Society was founded in 1981, and named after Melvin M. Belli, an attorney who is most notably known for his introduction of the use of demonstrative evidence to the art of trial advocacy. The society is a national organization that focuses on promoting the international exchange of trial strategies among lawyers.
American Association for Justice: Why This Should Matter to You
For more than 65 years, the American Association for Justice, also known as the Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA®), has supported plaintiff trial lawyers—as the collective voice of the trial bar on Capitol Hill and in courthouses across the nation and by providing exclusive services designed for trial lawyers.
The attorneys at the Law Offices of William K. Goldfarb are active members of the AAJ, who focus their practice on seeking truth and justice through effective trial advocacy. As members of the AAJ, we place great emphasis on being effective advocates for those injured by the carelessness or wrongdoing of others. But not only do we strive to accomplish this through effective trial preparation but also by actively opposing proposed legislation that would negatively affect injured plaintiffs.
North Carolina Advocates for Justice: Why This Should Matter to You
The North Carolina Advocates for Justice is a nonpartisan association of legal professionals dedicated to protecting people’s rights through community, education, and advocacy.
The North Carolina Advocates for Justice accomplishes its mission through effective advocacy work in the NC state legislature advocating for the rights of all citizens, through the development of various legal publications and over 40 professional development seminars annually to help attorneys improve their skills, and through the administration of a variety of public outreach initiatives aimed at enhancing public understanding of the U.S. legal system. The organization’s Legal Affairs Committee also monitors the development of law and serves as a trial attorney advocate to the State Bar.
Our attorneys at The Law Offices of William K. Goldfarb are very active members of the NCAJ. More specifically, William Goldfarb often participates not only as a member, but also in an educator capacity. Mr. Goldfarb has taught at many of the NCAJ yearly conventions, where he has taught fellow attorneys effective and innovative trial advocacy skills. His role as an educator at these NCAJ Continuing Legal Education seminars has been truly rewarding, as it has allowed Mr. Goldfarb to help shape the minds of new attorneys and help mold the practice of law as it is practiced in the state of North Carolina.
AV Preeminent: Why This Should Matter to You
William K. Goldfarb has achieved the highest rating possible by his peers – the ranking of AV Preeminent. This is based on a survey done by Martindell-Hubble. The AV Preeminent rating signifies that Mr. Goldfarb’s peers rank him at the highest level of professional excellence for his knowledge, communication skills and ethical standards.