Attorney attends DUI defense training at Harvard

MANCHESTER - Manchester attorney Bradley D. Myerson recently attended 3 days of DUI defense training courses and workshops at Harvard Law School, presented by the National College for DUI Defense (NCDD).

During those sessions, Myerson received classroom instruction in cutting edge DUI defense techniques, including legal and scientific strategy updates. He also participated in workshops on opening statement and cross examination, where his work was critiqued by nationally recognized DUI defense attorneys.

The National College for DUI Defense is the only organization in the United States dedicated to the education and board certification of DUI defense attorneys.

Myerson is one of only three NCDD attorney members in Vermont. Membership in the College is limited to criminal defense practitioners, who must provide satisfactory letters of reference from two Judges.

Myerson is also listed with the Best Lawyers in America and U.S. News & World Report Best Law Firms.

He has represented persons accused of DUI and bodily injury claimants in Vermont since 1983.

He may be reached by phone at (802)-362-1505, by email at, or on the web at and


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