What I do:
The bread and butter of my job is the regular maintenance of corporate minute books, capitalization tables, stock ledgers, and general corporate records. I also assist with general corporate transactions — venture financings, mergers and acquisitions, and initial public offerings. Because of my quantitative background, I’m often the guy translating the math behind a complicated legal document into meaningful numbers through a financial model.
As someone fresh out of college in this job market, I truly got lucky landing at Cooley. It’s a work hard, play hard firm that doesn’t just value hard work but actually rewards it. Being much less hierarchical than I imagined a Big Law firm to be, I am able to take a meaningful role in major corporate transactions.
I’m a Bay Area native who moved to the East Coast to go to Boston College to study math and economics. During my time at BC, I worked for three years as a marketing research assistant focusing on consumer choice models and credit card repayment behavior.
Playing volleyball, binge watching TV shows on Netflix, eating.
I root for:
I like to play, rather than watch, sports.