AREA OF PRACTICE
W. Lydell Benson, Jr. is a law clerk in the Firm’s Litigation & Arbitration Practice Group.
Prior to joining Brown Rudnick, Lydell was a summer associate with the Firm and worked on various commercial litigation, white-collar, IP, tax, corporate, bankruptcy, and pro bono matters.
While at George Washington University Law School, Lydell worked as a judicial intern in the Senior Judges Chambers of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia where he conducted misdemeanor and felony crime-related research, briefed opinions, and prepared bench memos. Additionally, Lydell earned a position as a Criminal Law & Policy Initiative Fellow under Founding Director and Patricia Roberts Harris Research Professor of Law, Roger A. Fairfax, Jr. In this role, Lydell worked on events and programs around prominent issues in criminal law and policy. He was also an associate for the Journal of Energy and Environmental Law.
Before law school, Lydell was a paralegal and analyst at a major global law firm. Prior to that, he was an intern to the Honorable Timothy R. Rice, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
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