Clinton Lam hails from the complex world of financial systems for major banking institutions. For nearly a decade, Clinton was an information systems engineer, leading teams of technical advisers who worked to provide business process solutions one financial group at a time. Those skills were easily translated into the legal industry and Clinton provides an expertise in enterprise-related software applications for large-scale litigation matters.
As part of the Impact team, Clinton consults on a variety of high-profile matters involving banks, medical device manufacturers, and oil companies. He has also served as a trial technology consultant on behalf of Chevron Corporation in their RICO suit against Steven Donziger and associates. Most recently, Clinton played a major role in a nine-month, $9 billion natural resource damages case against Exxon Mobil.
Clinton was also the lead consultant on Ferguson v. JONAH, a pro-bono matter which resulted in a victory against a fraudulent gay conversion therapy service.
Outside of the office, Clinton spends his free time volunteering for NY Cares. He also keeps his life balanced with regular digital detox sessions of indoor bouldering and snowboarding.
New Jersey Institute of Technology (B.S. – Computer Science)
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