This practice area focuses on the legal aspects of finance work. Finance law is a broad category that involves any type of lending activity where a creditor makes a loan to a borrower, subject to various terms and conditions, including loan repayment with interest. Finance law is largely transaction-based and finance lawyers represent either lenders such as banks or other financial institutions, or borrowers such as companies, in the negotiation and drafting of loan agreements and related documents. Finance lawyers often specialize in a particular type of finance law, such as Banking Law, Project Finance, Structured Finance or Transportation Finance.
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George Washington University Law School, Class Of 2008
Placed at Seyfarth Shaw LLP
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University of Denver, Class Of 2009
Placed at DLA Piper.
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New York University School of Law, Class Of 2013
Placed at Robins Borghei LLP.
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Duke University School of Law, Class Of 2015
Placed at Kirkland & Ellis LLP.
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University of Florida Levin College of Law, Class Of 2012
Placed at Holland & Knight LLP
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Brooklyn Law School, Class of 2010