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Joshua Brookstein and Tom McKevitt Lead Mock Trial Teams

During the past several months, Joshua Brookstein, an Associate with the Firm, and Firm Counsel Tom McKevitt led two local high school mock trial programs in their legal tournaments sponsored by the Nassau County Bar Association. Mr. Brookstein coached the Crescent School team in Hempstead, and Mr. McKevitt coached the Holy Trinity Diocesan High School team in Hicksville for the past 19 years. The mock trial program allows students to learn all the aspects of a trial. Both Mr. Brookstein and Mr. McKevitt helped to oversee and foster the teens’ interest in the legal and civic system by devoting time with them over the course of the fall and winter to prepare them for their match-ups. The teams eventually try their cases before real judges in actual courtrooms in Nassau County Supreme Court in Mineola. This program educates students on the legal process and fosters greater awareness of all roles in the justice system.

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