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close Clifford Greene Cliff was very dynamic and articulate; his personal knowledge of the subject matter was impressive. Not only was the presentation very informative, but Mr. Greene also managed to keep us entertained to avoid those concentration lapses that so often occur with day-long CLEs...thank you! Excellent speaking ability; good use of examples and citations; gave practical advice. Greene is very bright and unusually well-spoken. I would attend a future seminar where he is the presenter. High stamina and obvious commitment to impart useful and competent information and insight to attendees. Dynamic, fact-based as well as policy and procedure based, good interaction skills with audience. Humor kept me going, plenty of cases and practical tips as well. Nice pace of delivery. Varies his voice, volume and pitch to maintain interest. Interacts with audience, great use of visual aids. Excellent oral, written and computer presentation of a very complex topic. Very articulate and engaging speaker. Also, Greene clearly has a wealth of pertinent experience.

Clifford M. Greene

Greene-2008

Clifford M. Greene

Greene – Espel PLLP

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Cliff Greene’s CLE programs, presented throughout the United States, are consistently and enthusiastically praised as practical, creative and inspirational. He is recognized as one of Minnesota’s most respected trial advocates, and in 2005, his peers voted him one of Minnesota’s top 10 “Super Lawyers.”

Trial Lawyer

Greene maintains an active trial practice at the litigation boutique he founded, Greene-Espel, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He represents business clients in commercial litigation and manufacturers in national product liability and consumer fraud actions. He regularly defends government agencies and officials in constitutional litigation involving high-profile claims with significant precedent at stake. He mediates and arbitrates commercial disputes. He has been appointed by three different chief judges of the federal court to chair the Local Rules Advisory Committee.

Greene also served as the 1998 distinguished practitioner in residence at William Mitchell College of Law, teaching Federal Jurisdiction and Advanced Evidence.

A graduate of Harvard College and Cornell Law School, Greene has chaired the U.S. District Court Local Rules Committee (MN) since 1989 and has served on the Minneapolis Civil Rights Commission, the Board of Trustees of William Mitchell and the Jewish Community Relations Council and the Minnesota Supreme Court Task Force on Racial Bias in the Judicial System.

Published Author

He has authored a variety of articles on trial related topics and is co-author of the popular text The Process of Legal Research, now in its fourth printing.