Sam Sherman is an associate in the antitrust group in Axinn’s Washington, DC office. His practice focuses on merger investigations, merger analysis, and antitrust counseling. He was a summer associate with Axinn in 2019.
Sam earned his JD at Stanford Law School. Prior to law school, he was a Research Fellow at Stanford University, where he used cutting-edge social scientific methods to study difficult questions of law and public policy and co-authored two articles about improving government service delivery based on empirical evidence.
Sam holds a BA in Mathematics and Economics from Wake Forest University, where he was a Nancy Susan Reynolds Scholar and recipient of the David and Lelia Farr Prize for Excellence in Economics (awarded to one graduating economics major for outstanding achievement).
**Not yet admitted to the Washington, DC Bar.
- Gerald Gunther Prize for Outstanding Performance in Communications Law: Internet & Telephony (Stanford Law School)
- Gerald Gunther Prize for Outstanding Performance in Communications Law: Broadcast & Cable Television (Stanford Law School)
- John Hart Ely Prize for Outstanding Performance in Lawyering for Innovation: Artificial Intelligence (Stanford Law School)
- Cost and Opportunity in Suspending Early Merger Clearances, Law360, February 8, 2021
- JD – Stanford Law School (2020)
- BA, summa cum laude – Wake Forest University (2015)