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Ethan Middlebrooks is an attorney in Anderson Kill's New York office, where he concentrates his practice in corporate and commercial litigation and regulated products. He also works in insurance recovery, exclusively on behalf of policyholders.
Ethan joined Anderson Kill in August 2014 as a Law Clerk, and became an attorney when he was admitted to the NY bar in April 2015. He took leave for a period of thirteen months in 2015-16 to clerk for the Honorable R. David Proctor of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama, where he had served as a Judicial Intern in the summer of 2012. As a clerk in the Northern District of Alabama, Ethan frequently worked on cases involving claims pertaining to civil rights, municipal liability, employment and labor laws, and bankruptcy appeals, among other things.
Prior to graduating City University of New York (CUNY) School of Law in May 2014, Ethan worked as a legal intern at Earthjustice, where he conducted research and wrote memoranda related to complex litigation matters with a focus on public health, including confined animal feeding operations, natural gas hydraulic fracturing, and coal-based power plants. In addition, he worked as an environmental justice legal intern at New York Lawyers for the Public Interest, where he performed extensive legal research and memo writing for then-current and potential litigation, proposed legislation, and additional legal matters, with a focus on environmental justice in a community lawyering platform.
Throughout his time in law school, Ethan worked as a fellow at the Center for Urban Environmental Reform, where he helped develop programs and scholarships focused on the challenges of regulating the urban environment.
Prior to attending law school, Ethan was a paralegal at a New York law firm, where he assisted a large team of attorneys and managed teams of paralegals in an ongoing eight-year-old securities fraud litigation. He also aided with discovery and trial preparation for many additional litigations and arbitrations, and conducted intellectual property diligence for securities transactions underwritings.
While attending CUNY School of Law, Mr. Middlebrooks was an Executive Articles Editor of the CUNY Law Review. He was also the recipient of the 2013 Abbey Duncan Scholarship for Brownfield Studies, and the 2013 Charles H. Revson Law Students Public Interest Fellowship Grant.
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