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Amanda Farahany – Sample Publications

As a frequent lecturer and educator, Amanda Farahany has extensively written on many subjects.  The highlighted presentations below contain links to the actual papers and/or PowerPoint presentations.  All work is subject to copyright protection, but can be used for your personal purposes.

Crime Victim And Inadequate Security Litigation

Civil Litigation for Crime Victims, National Crime Victim Bar Association Victim Service Provider Training, Atlanta, GA 2000

Litigating Negligent Hiring, National Crime Victim Bar Association Annual Convention, Washington, DC 2001

Discovery in Negligent Security Cases, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA 2003

Investigation and Discovery in Negligent Security Cases, article published in Victim Advocate, National Center for Victims of Crime 2003, P.14

Civil Justice for Sexual Assault Victims, Tenth Annual Victims Conference, Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, Atlanta, GA 2003

Building the Damages Case in an Inadequate Security Case, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Tele-seminar 2004

Acquaintance Rape on College Campuses, Boston, MA, Association of Trial Lawyers of  America, Annual Convention 2004

Crime on College Campuses, article published in TRIAL magazine, December 2004, p.20

College campuses might look idyllic in recruitment brochures, but they can be dangerous places. Most parents aren’t aware that campuses are fraught with risks, especially for young women. Many schools’ security measures fail to live up to promises to provide a safe haven for learning. Litigation based on premises theories can help ensure students’ safety and their families’ peace of mind.

Building the Damages in a School Case, Toronto, Canada, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Annual Convention 2005

Investigation and Discovery in a Sexual Assault Case, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Inadequate Security Litigation Group, Annual Convention, Seattle, Washington 2006

Employment Litigation

Ethics in Employment Litigation, National Employment Lawyers Association -GA Annual Convention, Negril, Jamaica 2002

Litigating State Law Torts in Georgia, National Employment Lawyers Association -GA Annual Convention, Negril, Jamaica 2002

Employment Claims Based on Georgia Law, 33rd Annual Labor and Employment Law Institute, State Bar of Georgia Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Atlanta, GA 2003

The Final Scene: Closing Arguments For a Happy Ending, National Employment Lawyers Association Fall Seminar -The Theatre of Reality: Trial Skills For the Plaintiff’s Employment Lawyer 2003

Closing Argument: Tying it All Together, National Employment Lawyers Association -GA Annual Convention, Negril, Jamaica 2003

Discovery of Emotional Distress Damages in Employment Cases, National Employment Lawyers Association Seminar: Discovery and Damages in Employment Litigation, San Diego, CA 2004

Who is a Qualified Individual with a Disability under the ADA?, Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Atlanta GA 2002

Juror Bias

Juror Bias after September 11, National Crime Victim Bar Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC 2002

Juror Bias in Sexual Assault Cases, Ninth Annual Victims Conference, Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, Atlanta, GA 2002

Sexual Harassment

How to Win Sexual Harassment Cases, American Bar Association Labor and Employment Seminar, Atlanta, GA 2002

State Law Claims and the Realities of Using Them, National Employment Lawyers Association-Georgia, Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Atlanta, GA 2004

Getting the Most for Your Buck in Sexual Harassment Cases,
2003 Employment Rights Seminar, Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Atlanta, GA  2003

Other Publications

Keeping the Facts of the Case Organized, Law Office Technology, Institute of
Continuing Legal Education, Atlanta, GA 2004

Refining Your Discovery Tactics, American Bar Association Labor and Employment Seminar, Atlanta, GA 2002

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