James R. Duffy, Esq., is
a partner in the law firm of Duffy, Duffy &
Burdo, Esqs.. His distinguished career as a trial attorney has won
him acclaim as being among the nation's elite of civil trial litigators.
His expertise lies in medical malpractice; negligence and personal
injuries inflicted upon them.
In addition to being an accomplished author of numerous legal articles
and columns, Mr. Duffy has published a book on Lee Harvey Oswald which
has been newly reissued under the title "Conspiracy: Who Killed JFK,"
an intriguing and provocative compilation of evidence from official
government documents which disclosed a Lee Harvey Oswald quite distinct
from the usual portrayal.
Prior to being admitted to the New York Bar in 1966, Mr. Duffy
received his undergraduate degree in Business Administration from St.
John's University, and his law degree from Brooklyn Law School.
Mr. Duffy is the founder and first president of the Long Island Trial
Lawyers Association. He is a member of the board of directors of the New
York State Trial Lawyers Association, and a trustee of Law-Pac, a trial
lawyers lobbying organization. He has lectured before dozens of
organizations, among them the American Cytology Association, Alexander
Hamilton Inns of Court, New York State Trial Lawyers Association, Nassau
County Bar Association, Suffolk County Bar Association. His
affiliations include those organizations, as well as the American Bar
Association and American Trial Lawyers Association.