Manatt’s Naader Banki, an associate in the firm’s digital and technology group, spoke with USC Gould School of Law’s Alumni News as part of an Alumni Spotlight Q&A feature.
Banki said he originally went to law school with “zero interest in going to a big firm.” But he was convinced by classmates to participate in on-campus interviews, and he eventually secured a summer associate position at Manatt, and said he was glad he did.
“It’s been three years, and I’ve been really happy with my choice thus far,” he said.
When asked about his favorite and most rewarding work at Manatt, Banki said he enjoys being able to see every step of the creative process.
“I love working with creative people and helping them (in a very small way) see their vision come to life,” he said. “It’s so fun to see a project, whether that’s an album, TV show, digital series or film, evolve from its infancy to its final incarnation.”
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