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Friday, October 02, 2015

Ind. Courts - Former Clerk for Judge May now contributing to Huffington Post

From the Huffington Post:

Atif Rehman is a corporate attorney practicing in New York City. Atif graduated with a BBA in accounting and finance and began his career as an accountant in the Financial Services practice of KPMG LLP. He qualified for his CPA designation while at KPMG LLP and then went to Indiana University School of Law where he graduated in 2006 with a JD degree and was admitted to the New York Bar in 2007.

While in law school, Atif served as the Executive Articles Editor of the Indiana International & Comparative Law Review, a journal that also selected his law school note to be published. Throughout law school, Atif was active in moot court, finishing in the top 10% during oral arguments. He was also privileged to have had an opportunity to serve as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Judge Melissa S. May of the Indiana Court of Appeals (4th District), an experience he credits with honing his legal research and writing skills.

Upon graduating from law school, Atif returned to New York City to join the Capital Markets practice of the prestigious Wall Street firm of Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft LLP where he advised many of the countries leading financial institutions on a variety of transactional matters. In 2010 he joined the New York offices of an international investment bank as an in-house counsel where he continues to work today.

Atif also serves as the President of the Muslim Bar Association of New York (MuBANY), an organization devoted to facilitating communication and the sharing of resources among Muslim attorneys. Through his work at MuBANY, Atif promotes education on issues relevant to Muslim attorneys and law students. He is committed to helping the professional development of lawyers and law students in the New York area.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on October 2, 2015 02:14 PM
Posted to Indiana Courts