K&M would like to introduce the newest Associate to their team, Attorney Erik Edson.
Erik earned his Juris Doctorate Degree from Roger Williams University School of Law in 2016, and passed the Massachusetts and Rhode Island Bar Exams the same year.While at Roger Williams, Erik pursued a variety of internships, including with the law school’s Criminal Defense Clinic, the Rhode Island Public Defender, the Rhode Island Commission for Human Rights, and as a judicial extern for the Honorable Patricia A. Sullivan, United States Magistrate Judge.He also was an articles editor for the Roger Williams University Law Review and was recipient of the Anne Hutchinson Scholarship and multiple CALI Awards.Erik achieved his B.S. in political science from UMASS Amherst in 2006.Prior to law school, Erik managed the content and member services for the now-defunct social media site Gather.com.
K&M is excited to welcome Erik to their growing team of tenacious commercial and civil litigators.
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