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Sunder Legal featured in Canadian Lawyer Magazine

Alykhan Sunderji

Seattle Business Lawyer

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Alykhan Sunderji and Canadian Lawyer Magazine

We are thrilled to share that our founder, Alykhan Sunderji, has been featured in Canadian Lawyer Magazine. The article, titled “From Amazon in-house counsel to entrepreneur lawyer: Alykhan Sunderji nurtures the startup economy,” highlights Alykhan’s remarkable career as a lawyer and entrepreneur.

Prior to founding Sunderji Law, Alykhan served as the general counsel of Amazon Canada and practiced law at the prestigious firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison in New York City. His experience working with a global tech giant like Amazon, as well as his time in one of the world’s most prominent law firms, gave him a unique perspective on the legal issues that startups face.

In the article, Alykhan shared his philosophy on entrepreneurship, emphasizing the importance of taking risks and betting on yourself. “IWorking at a big tech company may not be as stable a career as it once was. So maybe betting on [yourself] is safer than betting on Mark Zuckerberg” he said. This bold attitude has served him well throughout his career, and it’s something that he instills in his clients as well.

Alykhan’s passion for supporting the startup ecosystem is evident in everything he does. In addition to founding his law firm, he is also a mentor at several startup accelerators and serves on the board of directors for various organizations. His dedication to the community has helped create a supportive environment for entrepreneurs to thrive and succeed.

Overall, Alykhan’s feature in Canadian Lawyer Magazine is a well-deserved recognition of his exceptional work as a lawyer, entrepreneur, and community leader. We are proud to have him as our founder and look forward to seeing his continued success in the future.

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