NEW YORK (November 2020)Bressler, Amery & Ross, P.C. is proud to announce that attorney Angela A. Turiano has been recognized for her work with the Woman Advocate Committee of the American Bar Association.

Turiano and her fellow members of the Woman Advocate Committee were honored with an award for Best Content on Career & Business Development, one of the 2020 Section of Litigation Committee’s Content Awards. According to the Section, the Woman Advocate Committee published many relevant and informative articles and columns, including Practice Points, on career and business development. All of the content generated high metrics. 

The Woman Advocate Committee is led by experienced women litigators from across the country who work to educate and provide support and resources to all women in the field. They provide a forum for open dialogue that focuses on the issues that female attorneys regularly face and they work to lead the profession to find solutions to those issues. Turiano serves as the committee’s website editor. She also is a member of the American Bar Association’s Securities Litigation Section.

“It is an honor to work alongside and together with so many successful woman litigators, with a shared goal of strengthening current and future generations of women in law,” Turiano said upon receiving the award.

A principal of Bressler, Amery & Ross, P.C., Turiano is highly respected throughout the financial services industry. An active speaker in the securities community, Turiano has lectured on the latest trends in securities litigation at the New York State Bar Association, the American Conference Institute, the renowned NYU Stern School of Business. At her clients’ requests, she has also served on panels at client firm roundtables and compliance conferences, as well as participated in mock arbitrations. 

In addition to her extensive work in the securities arena, Turiano also has represented individuals in state and federal criminal prosecutions from inception through trial. Prior to entering private practice, she served as an Assistant District Attorney in the Kings County District Attorney’s Office, where she prosecuted and successfully brought to trial multiple felony cases.

To encourage professional development and a commitment to community service, Turiano partners with corporate clients to provide free legal advice at the Neighborhood Entrepreneur Law Project small business legal clinic and volunteers annually as a mock arbitrator/trial judge in Brooklyn Law School and Fordham Law School competitions. She also speaks annually at the Lincoln High School Career Day in Yonkers, New York.

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