Speaker Jay Goldberg

Jay Goldberg

One of the Most Respected Legal Minds in the United States of America

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Jay Goldberg is one of the most lauded American trial attorneys of the age, having represented famous figures from President Donald Trump, President John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Johnny Cash, Miles Davis, BONO, Mick Jagger, Sean “Diddy” Combs, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Joe “Scarface” Agone, Vincent “Jimmy Blue Eyes” Alo, and Dr. Armand Hammer. He has been featured across all major media including The New York Times, Vanity Fair, Newsweek, The New York Post, and The Washington Post, and is regularly interviewed as a legal analyst and first-hand source on current national events on Fox, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, and CNN among many others.

Over his career, Goldberg made history in gripping, infamous court cases as one of the most influential legal minds in the country. As a lauded scholar of criminal and constitutional law, Goldberg taught at his Alma Mater, Harvard Law School.

Goldberg is a no-holds-bar, straight shooter who defined monumental legal precedents, such as the government’s use of the RICO statutes against organized crime. Appointed as the federal prosecutor by then attorney general RFK, he rooted out the rampant corruption in what JFK called “the most corrupt county in the country.” Goldberg has been featured as a primary figure in five books on the JFK/RFK administration.

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  • “Goldberg is one of the foremost litigators of this or any generation.”

    Richard Levitt

    Former President of the Criminal Bar Association

  • “I consider [Jay] to have the best killer trial skills I have ever seen in my 47 years of practice, and I have worked with the best, courtroom presence, capturing the jury’s attention through devastating cross and summations that have jurors on the edge of their seats.”

    Frederick Hafetz

    Former Chief of the Criminal Division of the United States Attorney's Office S.D.N.Y

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