Partner Neel Lalchandani recently spoke to the Plaintiffs’ Lawyers Association (PLA) at his alma mater, Stanford Law School, about his experience as a plaintiffs’ attorney and fighting for justice.
“When I was in law school, it was always helpful to hear from attorneys already working in the industry,” said Neel. “I appreciate the opportunity to pay it forward and share my experience with the next generation of plaintiffs’ lawyers.”
In addition to answering students’ questions, Neel discussed his civil rights work, in-court experiences, and varied practice.
The PLA works to build a community of Stanford Law students and alumni dedicated to working on behalf of plaintiffs across an array of practice areas. The PLA also helps to show law students more options in their legal career.
During law school, Neel represented clients as a student attorney in the Stanford Community Law Clinic, was Co-President of the American Constitution Society, and participated in the Iraq Legal Education Initiative. Neel also interned with the Civil Rights Division of the United States Department of Justice and with Human Rights First as a Ford Foundation Public Interest Fellow.
At Brown, Goldstein & Levy, Neel represents individuals, nonprofits, and companies in a diverse array of civil rights and commercial matters. Among other victories for his clients, Neel has helped secure several of the largest payments in Maryland history for victims of police misconduct.
Learn more about Neel Lalchandani here.
Founded in 1982, Brown, Goldstein & Levy is a law firm based in Baltimore, Maryland, with an office in Washington, D.C. The firm is nationally recognized in a wide variety of practice areas, including complex civil and commercial litigation, civil rights, health care, family law, and criminal defense. Above all else, Brown, Goldstein & Levy is a client-centered law firm that brings decades of experience and passionate, effective advocacy to your fight for justice.