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Berger & Montague Continues to Grow with Two Associate Hires

Posted: October 15, 2015

Full-spectrum class action and civil litigation firm Berger & Montague announced today that two new associates have joined the firm. Frank Mangiaracina has joined the Antitrust practice while Josh Ripley will be working with the Antitrust, Insurance Products & Financial Services, and Environmental & Mass Tort practices.

Frank Mangiaracina graduated from the Temple University School of Law in 2015. While at Temple Law School, Mr. Mangiaracina was successful in and out of the classroom. He was both a Staff Editor for the Temple Law Review and a member of Temple's National Trial Team. At graduation, Mr. Mangiaracina received the Integrated Trial Advocacy Award, which is given to the graduates who have demonstrated excellence in civil trial advocacy skills.

Josh Ripley graduated from Harvard Law School in 2015. While in law school, Mr. Ripley participated in various clinical organizations, including the Tenant Advocacy Project, the Employment Law Clinic, and the Predatory Lending and Consumer Protection Clinic.

Full-spectrum class action and civil litigation firm Berger & Montague announced today that two new associates have joined the firm. Frank Mangiaracina has joined the Antitrust practice while Josh Ripley will be working with the Antitrust, Insurance Products & Financial Services, and Environmental & Mass Tort practices.

Frank Mangiaracina graduated from the Temple University School of Law in 2015. While at Temple Law School, Mr. Mangiaracina was successful in and out of the classroom. He was both a Staff Editor for the Temple Law Review and a member of Temple's National Trial Team. At graduation, Mr. Mangiaracina received the Integrated Trial Advocacy Award, which is given to the graduates who have demonstrated excellence in civil trial advocacy skills.

Josh Ripley graduated from Harvard Law School in 2015. While in law school, Mr. Ripley participated in various clinical organizations, including the Tenant Advocacy Project, the Employment Law Clinic, and the Predatory Lending and Consumer Protection Clinic.