Tom Urgo

Tom Urgo is a graduate of the Brooklyn School of Law and ran his own law office in Brooklyn 1982-2013. Hates most judges and successfully sued four of them. Presently a legal consultant on issues that require a "unique approach." He's proud of saving a public park called "The Parade Grounds" from being given to the New York Mets. This happened after one of his daughters said to him, "You can do anything, Dad." Has won several seven-figure cases.

Course Title: Police and Film: Fact, Fiction, Fantasy (Winter Term 2019)

Participant Testimonials:

"Excellent choice of movies ‐ good discussion prior and after each movie. Good insights from Tom based on his legal career."

"Fantastic! A variation with another theme for films would work."

Course Title: Dramatic Courtroom Trials ‐ Hollywood Style (Spring Term 2018)

Participant Testimonials:

"It was an interesting course of clever subject matter. I found the leaders knowledgeable and the experience was better than I expected."

"Excellent films to demonstrate legal and human aspects of trials."