The Firms Repping Those Accused In 'Varsity Blues' Scheme

Law360 (March 18, 2019, 9:35 PM EDT) -- When federal prosecutors revealed a massive investigation into a nationwide college admissions and recruitment fraud scheme last week, dozens of defendants, including wealthy and high-profile figures across a range of industries, found themselves in immediate need of a lawyer.

The result has been a scramble by firms around the country looking to represent the actors, CEOs, investors and coaches swept up in the probe. Some defendants were in need of counsel in multiple locations — their home districts as well as Boston, where the cases are being brought.

Though some defendants' attorneys have not yet been listed in court documents, Law360 has...

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