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Shauro Bagchi Quoted in Minnesota Lawyer Article on Summer Associate Program

June 21, 2016

Shauro Bagchi, an attorney in Maslon's Business & Securities Group and co-chair of Maslon's summer associate program, is quoted in the June 20, 2016 Minnesota Lawyer article titled, "Summertime, and associates are busy." The article highlights a number of summer associate programs—essentially 10-week tryouts for law students—in a variety of medium to large firms throughout the Twin Cities, sharing that law firms "choose these would-be associates carefully, encourage interaction with associates and partners, and give them as many professional experiences as possible."

Shauro outlines the breadth of experiences Maslon gives its summers, including writing and researching, panel discussions on topics summer associates express interest in, mock oral arguments, and happy hours with affinity groups. He states "Our biggest asset is our people, and given the sophisticated work that we do, we often have to spend a lot of time in stressful situations with each other." He adds, "'We want to evaluate if these are the types of people we want to spend these types of situations with,' and vice versa."

To read the full article online, go to: Minnesota Lawyer "Summertime, and associates are busy."

Shauro Bagchi focuses his practice primarily in national and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings, business counseling, and general commercial contract drafting. Shauro has significant experience drafting and preparing equity and asset sale transaction documents, merger agreements, securities offering memoranda, and various commercial agreements. Shauro was selected to participate in the 2012 - 2013 class of Leadership Twin Cities, a professional development program sponsored by the Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce. He also has previous experience working for the in-house corporate legal team of a Fortune 500 Minnesota company and the United States Department of Justice.


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