Jeff Ehrhardt is an Associate in the Firm’s Commercial Litigation and Health Services Practice Groups.
Jeff graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Stony Brook University, and received his juris doctor, Summa Cum Laude from Albany Law School where he was a member of the Albany Law Review.
During his final year of law school, Jeff was hired as a research assistant by Professor Patrick M. Connors, a leading expert on civil procedure in New York courts. In this capacity, Jeff assisted Professor Connors in his authorship of the New York Practice treatise. In addition, Jeff served as a judicial intern in the Albany chambers of a Supreme Court Justice of the Appellate Division, Third Department.
After his second year of law school, Jeff was a Summer Associate at Rivkin Radler, gaining experience in a variety of the firm’s practice areas. Prior to that Jeff was a clerk with a New York law firm where he worked on litigation matters.
Jeff is the author of the law review article, “Relinquishing Geographic Mobility for Free Tuition,” which is published in the Albany Government Law Review. The article discusses whether the New York State Excelsior Scholarship, which conditions free college on living and working exclusively in New York for a period after graduation, unconstitutionally restricts travel and commerce.
In his free time, Jeff enjoys hiking, playing soccer, and exploring craft breweries.
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Albany Law School, Juris Doctor