While finishing up my second year at the University Of Baltimore School Of Law, I had retained law clerk position for Snyder and Snyder during the groundbreaking Exxon Mobil Case. For months upon months I was lucky enough to take part in the discovery process and trial preparation for a case that many attorneys would never get to experience in their lifetime. Throughout the Exxon case, the lessons learned were immeasurable. Time consuming preparation and groundbreaking technology were brought to the forefront of my learning experience as I got an upfront tutorial on how to perfectly manage a billion dollar lawsuit. To be in trial for five months is an occasion rare to even the most seasoned attorneys. To be in a jury trial for five months was truly the greatest learning experience a law student could hope for. Since the 150 million dollar verdict has been handed down, I have become a Lawyer and am now an associate at Snyder and Snyder. As an associate, I look forward to putting forth the lessons I learned to my career, whether it be complex business litigation, catastrophic injury, or medical malpractice cases. Currently, I am working on the prudential matter, which now could provide the opportunity to apply useful experience I have gained during my time at the firm.
Written by Grant Posner, Esq.