Gregory S. Cusimano is in full-time practice with the law firm of Cusimano, Roberts & Mills in Gadsden, Alabama, and a principal in Winning Works, a national consulting firm.
He is a top rated lawyer by his clients and his peers. Cusimano is contributing editor of Alabama Tort Law Handbook and Alabama Tort Law, 1st-4th edition. His partner Mike Roberts is the author. Greg is Co-Editor in Chief of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America’s (now AAJ) 6-volume treatise, Litigating Tort Cases. Mr. Cusimano, along with Jim Lees, released AAJ’s Education video series, ‘Commanding the Courtroom‘ used by lawyers and law schools all over the country. He is listed in Best Lawyers of America, Best Lawyers in Alabama, Who’s Who in American Law, Best of the U.S., Super Lawyers, and rated AV (the best) by the oldest and most prestigious lawyer rating service in America, Lexis Martindale. Cusimano was the second inductee into the Hall of Fame of the Small Office Practice Section of ATLA in 1996, listed in Academy of Catastrophic Injury Attorneys, and is a Diplomat of the International Academy of Litigators. The designation of diplomat of Trial Advocacy was awarded him in 1994 by ATLA. He was inducted as a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation in 1998, and the Alabama Law Foundation in 1999. These selections are limited to 1/3rd of one percent of the lawyers practicing in a jurisdiction. Greg is the fifth recipient of the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award bestowed by the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. . Greg was inducted at the top level as “Advocate” in the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) and Alabama Chapter of ABOTA. He has lectured trial bars in 42 states and publishes frequently.
Cusimano served as President of Alabama Association for Justice, serves on the Bd. of Gov. of AAJ and has served on its’ executive committee. He was appointed by the AL Supreme Court to re-write the Rules of Evidence and to update Pattern Jury Instructions and Rules of Procedure. He is a sought after trial consultant, in the firm of Winning Works LLC. He developed the Overcoming Jury Bias Model along with David Wenner of Arizona.