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Vikram supports transactional lawyers on matters involving mergers and acquisitions, venture capital, private equity, and capital markets. He was formerly a summer associate at the firm.
While in law school, Vikram was an active participant in Moot Court. He was a quarterfinalist as a competitor in two national competitions and coached the winning team at Cardozo’s Entertainment and Media Law competition.
Vikram was also selected for a fellowship program aimed at attorneys engaged in public interest work. He interned for Queens Legal Services on their Immigrants’ Rights Project, which advocated for undocumented survivors of human trafficking and domestic violence trying to obtain legal status in the U.S. He was also a board member on Fordham’s Immigration Advocacy Project. Through that organization he advocated for undocumented asylum seekers at a family detention center in Texas as a volunteer with the Dilley Pro Bono Project.
Vikram has teaching experience all over the world, having taught English classes to students in the Miami-Dade County Public School system through Teach for America, then in Malaysia and Kazakhstan through the Princeton in Asia fellowship.