Garrin Sax started out as a case clerk at Morrison & Foerster in 1989.

Over the course of the next nine years, he took advantage of the firm’s on-site and off-site training programs and brown-bag lunches and learned to delegate tasks. While honing “strong and sophisticated” litigation skills, Sax also developed an expertise in employment law. What’s more, he won the trust of the attorneys who handed out the work.

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