MEDIA APPEARANCES OF LEONARD FINZ
During his extraordinary careers, ranging from: Professional Musician; to Decorated U.S. Army Officer; to TV/ Nite Club Performer; to Attorney and Community Leader; to New York State Supreme Court Justice; to Law Professor; to Trial Lawyer; to Author of Fiction Novels; LEONARD FINZ has appeared on the media hundreds of times.
Larry King (3 times); Prime Time Live (Diane Sawyer/Sylvia Chase); Today Show (Katie Couric); CBS News Special (Dan Rather/Edie Magnus); Bill O’Reilly; Phil Donahue; Joan Rivers; 20/20; Good Day New York (Fox); Gabe Pressman (NBC-TV); Frank Field (CBS-TV); Jack Cafferty; CNN @ 5: Miller’s Court (syndicated); Lynn Redgrave “Not for Women Only”; “Our Times” (Boston)… and more.
All of the TV news channels in the metropolitan area including: CBS-TV; NBC-TV; FOX-TV; ABC-TV; UPN-TV; WPIX-TV; as well as foreign language stations … and more.
WINS 1010; WCBS 880; WMCA 560; WNBC 660; WOR 710; WABC 770; BLOOMBERG 1130; plus a host of other AM and FM stations.
Hundreds of outlets including; New York Times; Wall Street Journal; Washington Post; L.A. Times; Scripps Howard newspapers; New York Post; Newsday; New York Daily News; New York Law Journal; National Law Journal; … and more.
The names Leonard Finz and Judge Leonard Finz appear prominently on all search engines.
Newsweek; Vanity Fair; New York Times (Sunday edition); American Lawyer; American Judicature Society; … and more.
Leonard Finz has been described as a most engaging guest on the talk show circuit. His hands-on experience both as a high-profile preeminent trial lawyer and former New York State Supreme Court Justice, have provided him with a unique and provocative style, and as one who scores high marks with TV and radio hosts and producers alike. On point is the Indian casino gambling scandal (fictionalized in Finz’s first thriller novel, “Arrowhead”), guaranteed to serve up as a fiery hot-button issue for any talk show or news special whose audience is hungry for a main dish that promises to make even Teapot Dome look like a petty swindle. William Marlieb, a past president of the Advertising Club of New York and former president of General Media Publishing Corporations, Inc., sums it up this way: “Leonard Finz is an outstandingly gripping writer who I predict will become an award winning contemporary novelist, and a personality who has the headline stories, the panache, and the career experience to engage any type of audience and keep them riveted.”