Robert Berry is an Associate in the Philadelphia office and practices primarily in the Firm’s Antitrust group.
Robert is a graduate of Cornell University, where he was admitted to the Phi Beta Kappa honor society, and of the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School, from which he graduated Magna Cum Laude. While at Penn, Robert was elected to the editorial board of the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law and Public Affairs as a Research Editor after serving for a year as an Associate Editor. Robert was intensively engaged in clinical litigation, representing clients in landlord-tenant disputes, social security matters, and asylum matters during his time with the Civil Practice Clinic and the Transnational Legal Clinic. Robert was also a member of the Penn Law Inn of Court chapter, helping to put on a presentation to local Philadelphia practitioners on ethical issues related to the drafting of pleadings and other legal documents.
Robert worked closely with Professor Herbert Hovenkamp on antitrust matters while at law school. After taking two separate antitrust courses with the professor, Robert served as the professor’s teaching assistant for the Summer of 2021 and engaged in an independent study project with the professor on the current state of horizontal merger law in the United States.