Samuel S. Park’s practice consists of structured finance transactions (including warehouse financings and securitization transactions) in various asset classes, including collateralized loan obligation (CLO) warehouse and securitization transactions, auto receivables warehouse and securitization transactions, and unsecured consumer loan securitizations. In addition, Sam’s experience includes securitizations of novel, esoteric asset classes, such as commercial and equipment receivables and home equity investment options. Sam has represented initial purchasers, placement agents, sponsors, lenders, servicers, collateral managers, repurchase buyers, and investors on such complex financing arrangements.
Before joining Morgan Lewis, Sam was an associate in the structured finance practice of another global law firm, resident in Washington, DC.
Georgetown University Law Center, 2014, J.D.
Georgetown University, 2011, B.S., Foreign Service, summa cum laude
District of Columbia
Awards and Affiliations
Member, American Criminal Law Review
Fellow, Kathryn Davis Fellows for Peace (Middlebury College)