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Conway Ekpo practices in Riker Danzig's Litigation Group. His litigation practice focuses on advising and defending financial institutions, corporations and other business entities in complex commercial litigation matters including commercial contracts, compliance issues, securities and banking litigation. He also has experience handling white collar criminal matters. He has also successfully represented clients in federal and state courts on a wide range of commercial matters.
While pursuing his law degree at Rutgers University School of Law, Conway served as the Managing Editor of the Rutgers Law Review and as a teaching assistant for the Rutgers Minority Student Program in torts, civil procedure and constitutional law. Also while attending law school, Conway served as Treasurer of the Student Bar Association, Vice President of the Association of Black Law Students, and as a National Board Member of the National Black Law Students Association.
Prior to joining Riker Danzig, Conway worked as a judicial intern for the Hon. Ronald J. Hedges of the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, as a judicial intern for the Hon. James C. Francis, IV of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, and as an associate in the New York office of Heller Ehrman LLP.
Conway is the co-editor of Managing Discovery of Electronic Information: A Pocket Guide for Judges, published by the Federal Judicial Center (2010).
Conway is currently an adjunct professor of law at Rutgers where he teaches a course on bar exam strategies for the New York and New Jersey bar exams.