With Firm Support, An Advocate for Minorities
Ezra Rosenberg started his legal career in public interest law, serving as a public defender and as a lawyer with the U.S. Department of Justice. So when he went into private practice at Dechert in 1995, it was no surprise that he set out to make pro bono work a significant part of his practice. What might be surprising is that the firm has supported him consistently ever since. He now spends 50 per cent of his time on pro bono representation. "It's like holding down two jobs," said Rosenberg, 63. "It's very important to me to do this type of work." The other half of the time, working as a partner from Dechert's Princeton office, he handles mass-tort and product-liability litigation for corporate clients.
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