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What Loeb Means to Us: Elizabeth, Frank, Alexandra

Left to right: Elizabeth Allen, Frank D'Angelo and Alexandra Letzel

Elizabeth Allen
“The thing I value most about the Loeb community is my colleagues. In addition to being smart, hardworking and committed to serving our clients, they are genuinely wonderful people. It sounds cliché to say my favorite thing about Loeb is ‘the people’ but I truly feel that I have made life-long friends here, and I continue to remain close to even those friends who have left Loeb for other adventures.”

Frank D’Angelo
“I feel so lucky to genuinely enjoy spending time with colleagues at Loeb and to have developed such close friendships throughout my years here. I don’t think I realized how close-knit our Loeb community was until we all started working remotely during the pandemic and rallied together to find new and creative ways to stay connected. Some of what I look forward to most now are our video chats, remote department meetings, virtual happy hours, and Zoom poker games.”

Alexandra Letzel
“Our people. During my six years at Loeb, I have witnessed colleagues craft legal briefs that are works of art, dissect witnesses with surgical precision and dream up an infinite number of creative legal arguments and strategies. I have seen paralegals and assistants take meticulous care with our work product to ensure the highest degree of professionalism for our clients. And, I have observed staff working tirelessly to provide seamless transitions in the most difficult of times. But, our people are not just highly skilled lawyers and employees, they are also fundamentally good people. They are people that help you house hunt for your first home and support you when you submit that first offer; they send you homemade masks during a pandemic; they visit the hospital when you’re sick; they root for you, both professionally and personally; and they never forget your birthday. In many ways the Loeb community has become my extended family, and I am grateful to have the privilege of working with and learning from such brilliant and kind people.”