Saturday, February 01, 2014

Interest in Gary Zanfagna and Jesse Raben

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1 comment:

Gary Freedman said...

While I worked at the law firm of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld (1988-1991) Mr. Zanfagna worked at the firm as a paralegal assigned to the Labor Practice Group; his time was devoted to Eastern Airlines litigation. He started working at the firm following his college graduation in 1988 and left the firm in the spring of 1990 in anticipation of entering law school in the fall.

Mr. Zanfagna was a friend of another paralegal at Akin Gump named Jesse Raben who also started law school in the fall of 1990. Both Zanfagna and Raben left the firm at the same time in the spring of 1990 to embark on a world tour together prior to continuing their education in the fall.

Zanfagna and I had very little contact. I remember sitting at the same table with him at the All-Attorneys dinner held on May 3, 1989 at the Westin Hotel, together with paralegals Raben, Clay Bailey, Jennifer Meader and Anthony Parchment. He seemed like a serious-minded chappie.