Martin Njoroge joined Ropes & Gray in 2017 as a law clerk in the litigation department. During law school, Martin was a member of the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau for two years in its Family Practice, and served as co-chair of its Wage & Hour practice during his final year. He served as a board member for the Harvard African Law Association, Harvard Black Law Students Association, and Harvard Mediation Program. Martin also interned for the Center for Law and Education in its Boston office. Prior to attending law school, Martin was a Teach for America corps member and spent three years teaching 6th grade at Neal Middle School in Durham, North Carolina.
- Co-author, “The Future of Antitrust Claims at the ITC,” Law360 (May 15, 2018)