Adam Rhodes-Rogan ’16
Adam Rhodes-Rogan expected a rigorous first year of law school, but what took him by surprise was his classmates’ willingness to help each other through the process. “I was amazed at how friendly my classmates were, and how quickly we would all seek out each other’s help when it was needed. Being able to work collaboratively with others is important to the modern lawyer, and Northeastern prepares you for that.”
Now, as an associate at Goodwin, Adam is putting the skills he acquired, both in the classroom and on co-op, into practice. “Co-op was an excellent way to expand my network into the corporate law world,” says Adam. “It also allowed me the flexibility to obtain a breadth of legal experience while I was still in law school.”
Aratana Therapeutics, Kansas City, Kansas
On co-op with a company dedicated to developing safe and effective therapeutics for unmet or underserved medical needs in pets, Adam worked directly with the general counsel to negotiate license agreements, prepare for a financing round and implement a contract management system.
- Corporate Finance
- Income Tax
- Secured Transactions
- Securities Regulation
- Transactional Drafting
US District Court for the District of Massachusetts, Boston, Massachusetts
As a judicial intern with a federal magistrate judge, Adam participated in mediation sessions, researched complex issues, and authored decisions and orders on matters before the court.
- Northeastern University Law Journal
- Admissions Committee
Proskauer Rose, Boston, Massachusetts
Adam accepted a summer associate position at a leading international law firm, where he worked in the major corporate practice groups and received an offer for post-graduate employment.
Legal Research and Writing
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, Massachusetts
As an intern in the Office of General Counsel, Adam helped support Dana-Farber’s mission by immersing himself in legal issues related to intellectual property licensing, real estate transactions and tax issues facing nonprofit organizations.