Sam Bauer

Areas of Interest: Litigation, with a focus on commercial disputes, products liability and complex torts
Networks: 2014 Summer Associate; Foley Hoag - Boston; Northeastern University School of Law
Looking For: To do interesting work with great people
Hometown: Beverly, MA
Bio: I grew up in Beverly, Massachusetts and attended Connecticut College, graduating in 2009 with a B.A. in Sociology and Government. After working as a paralegal at a large immigration firm in Boston for three years, I enrolled in Northeastern University School of Law, where I am an Articles Editor for the law journal and a teaching and research assistant for Professor Wendy Parmet. I competed in the National Appellate Advocacy Moot Court Competition my 2L year.

I interned last fall with the Honorable Normal H. Stahl on the First Circuit, where I drafted bench memos and watched oral argument. I then spent 10 weeks at EMC Corporation in Hopkinton, Massachusetts, performing research on a variety of matters for their in-house legal department. In my spare time I enjoy playing drums, drawing and painting, trying new restaurants and being home by the ocean.

From the Blog

A Whirlwind Day and a Half

One of the most unique and rewarding experiences I had as a summer associate was working on an emergency assignment for a partner in the Litigation Department. A prospective client needed advice on the enforceability of a noncompete agreement. I was initially tasked with researching the prospective client's particular concerns and briefing the partner on what I found, but I became much more involved than I expected. More »

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