Paul Cambria to Take Part in Buffalo History Museum’s “Giants of Buffalo: Lawyers for the Defense”

Paul J. Cambria has been selected for inclusion in the third annual “GIANTS OF BUFFALO: LAWYERS FOR THE DEFENSE.” The event will honor three criminal defense lawyers who have made history through their extraordinary law practices. The other honorees are defense attorneys Terrence Connors and Joel Daniels.

The event, which takes place May 15 at the Buffalo History Museum, will engage the guest speakers and audience members in an informal talk-show format about the lawyers’ personal stories, career choices, legal practices, and changes they have seen as well as the impact of criminal defense law on our region.

The program will be moderated by John DiScuillo, WBBZ-TV’s executive director of production and promotions, and Daniel Herbert, Buffalo News reporter. The program will be recorded for television and historical record.

More information about this special event is available at the Buffalo History Museum website and this video.

Sponsored by M&T Third Fridays, “GIANTS OF BUFFALO” is an informal discussion series that spotlights specific industries and celebrates individuals who have made significant contributions to those industries.

Mr. Cambria focuses his practice in the areas of criminal trials, criminal appeals, constitutional law, First Amendment law, zoning and land use, antitrust, and professional licensing defense. His practice is nationwide, and he divides his time between the firm’s Buffalo and Los Angeles offices.