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Bruce R. Bryan

White Plains Appeals Lawyer NY

White Plains is located in the center Westchester County New York, about 24 miles from mid-Manhattan. The central location of White Plains has played an important role in its development.

It has been the seat of Westchester County government since 1778, and has evolved into a city of diverse real estate, economic activity and major employment center. White Plains commercial real estate includes high-rise office buildings and campus-style corporate office parks.

As the marketplace for one million people, White Plains has become the leading regional retail center. Located here are shopping malls with branches of many major New York City department stores as well as small retail shops and boutiques, art galleries and a wide variety of restaurants. The city serves as a regional center for medical and legal services.

White Plains offers its residents a unique blend of urban and suburban life. There are more than 40 churches and synagogues, representing almost every major religious denomination.

B. Bryan, "Defendant's Guide to Criminal Appeals, Review & Parole in New York," (2005)


Guide to Criminal Appeals, Review & Parole in New York | Bryan Criminal Appeals Lawyer NY

The object of appellate advocacy is to persuade. The winning advocate focuses the court on the strength of your case. Read More

Cornell Adjunct Professor of Law


Guide to Criminal Appeals, Review & Parole in New York | Bryan Criminal Appeals Lawyer NY

As an adjunct faculty, Professor Bryan teaches "Advanced Persuasive Writing and Appellate Advocacy" to second and third year law students at Cornell Law School. Read More