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Apr. 5, 2009

Minor League Trainer; Major League Attorney

David Cohen went to law school after nine years bouncing around minor league baseball as an athletic trainer. Cohen, now the top lawyer for Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, first started working for the Angels in law school when he took a job handling workers compensation claims for the team.

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After nine years bouncing around minor league baseball as an athletic trainer, Cohen decided to add law to his expertise. While in law school, he accepted a job handling workers compensation claims for the Angels, who open their season at home tonight against the Oakland Athletics. After graduating, Cohen started full-time with the team in 2004 and became director of legal affairs in 2007, helping direct the team's defense of a lawsuit challenging its name. After te... (continued)

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