Professor Brickman teaches Contracts, Professional Responsibility, and Land Use, among other courses. His areas of expertise include legal ethics, contingency fees, mass torts, and asbestos litigation. His writings on these and other subjects are widely cited and he is frequently quoted in the press.
- B.S., 1961, Carnegie–Mellon University
- J.D., 1964, University of Florida
- LL.M., 1965, Yale University
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17th Annual Faculty Conference
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Litigation Practice Group Podcast
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Faculty Division Podcast 09-12-12 featuring Lester Brickman and Peter Schuck
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2011 National Lawyers Convention
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