The pandemic is leaving its mark on how plaintiff’s attorneys practice law from online depositions to virtual court hearings. It has also exposed an ongoing issue with law firm summer associate recruitment that has left many without experience handling complex issues or creating novel theories of law.
In Episode 21, we meet with Eric Cramer, Chairman of plaintiff’s firm Berger Montague and President of Public Justice, to discuss how the pandemic impacted law firm operations, why firms need to change how they recruit summer associates, and how law students can find their dream job in the plaintiff’s bar. Non-Compliant Host Jay Edelson, the Founder and CEO of a prominent plaintiff’s firm, and Eric, a leading plaintiff’s antitrust attorney, also talk about the mixture of public and private antitrust pressure on Big Tech and where this scrutiny might lead.
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