Living the American Dream, These Big Law Partners Have Seen an Ugly Side

, New York Law Journal

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As part of a small minority of partners of Southeast Asian descent and as Muslims in Big Law, Muhammad Faridi and Adeel Mangi feel a special sense of accomplishment from a victory that allowed the construction of a mosque.

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  • Joel Rachmiel

    In 1885, Friedrich Drumpf, our president‘s grandfather, emigrated from a small village in Germany to live the American dream in NYC, expecting to walk on streets paved with gold. Ironically, he quickly made his fortune in the Klondike Gold Rush. Need more be said about Trump? Or his infatuation with all that glitters?

  • Robert m Kaufman

    There are lots more large firm partners who were immigrants and refugees - just at Proskauer there is Klaus Eppler and myself, Robert Kaufman, refugees from Nazi Germany in 1938 and 1939 and now partners.

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