Lawrence McMahon is an associate in the firm’s Litigation Department.

Mr. McMahon received his JD from Yale Law School in 2021. He was an editor of the Yale Law Journal, serving on its Notes & Comments committee and acting as lead editor for scholarship on imminent domain, religious liberty, and health insurance law. During law school, Mr. McMahon wrote portions of a Supreme Court amicus brief on the due process rights of deaf litigants, and he worked on federal and state antitrust matters at the Maryland Office of the Attorney General.

Prior to law school, Mr. McMahon worked in the communications bureau of a large nonprofit organization in Washington, DC, and he taught history at Georgetown University. He holds an MA from Georgetown, and he has published peer-reviewed research in the Journal of North African Studies. Mr. McMahon earned his BA in History at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.