“Van Fleet’s Grand Feats: A billion-dollar win? He’s got lots of those,” is the title of the Texas Monthly/Super...
In this AT/CP podcast from the ABA Section of Antitrust Law, host Anora Wang and co-host Jesse Beringer talk to Allan Van Fleet about his perspective on pro bono work. They discuss the early experiences that led him to have a career-long commitment to pro bono work, as well as some of his more notable cases. Allan strongly encourages lawyers to just go out and get involved without worrying about their qualifications. There are opportunities to serve in all areas and at any skill level, with training and resources available to help lawyers get started.
Allan Van Fleet spent 40 years in big law, including as senior partner of three AmLaw 100 firms. He now handles select matters in antitrust, litigation, civil rights, and professional responsibility out of Houston and Galveston, Texas.
(Host) Anora Wang serves as the American Bar Association’s law student liaison to its Section of Antitrust Law (SAL).
(Co-Host) Jesse L. Beringer is an associate and litigation lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP.
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|Published:||April 25, 2019|
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