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“Everybody seems to really get along.”

To begin, can you please state your name?


Can you tell me a little bit about yourself?

I am 26 years old. I am a third year law student at NY Law School.

Where are you from?

I am from New York City.

What was your role here at Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C.?

I interned here for the fall 2009 semester.

What was it like working here?

It was really a great experience. I learned a whole lot and it was great.

Did you get to work with Adam Leitman Bailey directly?

I did. On a few occasions, I worked with him on two different lectures.

What types of tasks did you performed while working here?

Mostly, I was working with the Transactional Department which was great for me because I worked in real estate firms before but I never worked…I never did anything in the transactional field and I learned exactly how closings take place from beginning to end.

Anything else you like to play out that you have learned here?

One of my favorite things that I did here was working with Adam on his (“RESP”) Real Estate Settlement and Procedures Lecture. It was a lot of tough work but we saw it cultivate at the end on the lecture he gave and that I was able to participate in.

What is the one thing or experience that would stand out in your mind that you gained from working here?

It would probably be that lecture. I didn’t expect him to put me on the spot and altogether it really was a fine day.

What was the best aspect of working with Adam Leitman Bailey?

I would have to say the people. I have worked a few different places before and I never seen a place where everybody seems to get alone and I really thought that was different.

Before we are done, any other comments or suggestions?

Just thank you to everybody who I asked a million questions to and everybody who I had encountered here and especially to Adam for giving me this opportunity.

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