Paul Bergman

Paul Bergman is a Professor of Law Emeritus at the UCLA Law School and a recipient of two University Distinguished Teaching Awards. His books include Criminal Law: A Desk Reference (Nolo); Nolo’s Deposition Handbook (with Moore, Nolo); Reel Justice: The Courtroom Goes to the Movies (with Asimow); Trial Advocacy: Inferences, Arguments and Techniques (with Moore and Binder.); Trial Advocacy in a NutshellRepresent Yourself in Court: How to Prepare and Try a Winning Civil Case (with Berman, Nolo); Depositions in a Nutshell (with Moore, Binder, and Light); Lawyers as Counselors: A Client-Centered Approach (with Binder, Tremblay, and Weinstein); Evidence Law and Practice (with Friedland and Benham); Cracking the Case Method (with Goodman and Holm); Fact Investigation (with Binder); and You Matter: Ten Spiritual Commitments for a Richer and More Meaningful Life (with Rabbi Mark Borovitz). He has also published numerous book chapters and articles in law journals.