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2L Helps Win $185M Verdict


A paralegal who is a second-year law student at the Phoenix School of Law has helped his law firm obtain a $185 million verdict for patent infringement.

James Griffith is a paralegal at Polese, Pietzsch, Williams & Nolan, which recently obtained the big verdict on behalf of a client that holds a patent for a prosthetic vascular graft, EVLiving reports.

Griffith is editor-in-chief of the Phoenix Law Review, which will publish its first issue in the spring. The school received provisional accreditation from the ABA in June 2007.

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