Myles H. Malman, an esteemed trial attorney and NITA faculty member, passed away in the early morning hours of Monday, April 21 after a 10-month battle with brain cancer. He battled cancer with the same resolve, determination and contagious sense of humor as he prosecuted his cases. Always generous with his time and skills, Myles taught advocacy skills to other attorneys serving as faculty at NITA’s Northeast and Florida Building Trial Skills programs. He lectured extensively on topics involving criminal law. As Dan Toomey, NITA’s DC Advanced Advocates program director put it, “He was emblematic of the terrific teachers that NITA has assembled over the years. To those who taught with Myles, I am sure this is a great loss.”
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