Samantha V.H. Lednicky

Associate

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  • Overview

    • Litigation associate with a cosmopolitan, contemporary perspective to conflict resolution.

      Samantha Lednicky joins the litigation team as an associate fresh from law school in Boston, where she gained valuable and diverse legal experience. Prior to joining DRM, Samantha was a law clerk at the District of Vermont U.S. Attorney’s Office, where she gained inside knowledge of the federal court system in Vermont. She brings with her the experience of working with judges, federal prosecutors, public defenders, and private attorneys.

  • Admissions & Clerkships

    • Vermont, 2015

      U.S. District of Vermont, 2016

  • Memberships & Activities

      • Defense Research Institute, 2016
      • Tri-State Lawyers Association, 2015
      • American Bar Association, 2015
      • Vermont Bar Association, 2015
      • Ice Hockey
      • Snowboarding

Litigation associate with a cosmopolitan, contemporary perspective to conflict resolution.

Samantha Lednicky joins the litigation team as an associate fresh from law school in Boston, where she gained valuable and diverse legal experience. Prior to joining DRM, Samantha was a law clerk at the District of Vermont U.S. Attorney’s Office, where she gained inside knowledge of the federal court system in Vermont. She brings with her the experience of working with judges, federal prosecutors, public defenders, and private attorneys.

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