Angela Vicari

Kaye Scholer

New York Law Journal


Angela Vicari said she jumped at the chance to join a Kaye Scholer team representing migrant farm workers after she joined the firm in 2004 because "it sounded like a very complex case, not one where you handle and wrap up in a few months," and it would offer opportunities for professional development. Her instincts on both counts were correct. Seven years later, Vicari, who has become lead counsel for her firm in the case, has spent more than 1,035 pro bono hours on the workers' wage claims.

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