Sam Mirkin represents private investment fund sponsors in the structuring and capital-raising stages, and provides ongoing advice to fund sponsors on fund-related matters. Sam represents sponsors in hedge, venture capital, growth equity, and buyout funds, as well as funds of funds, secondary funds, and co-investment funds. He also represents alternative asset investors, including corporate pension plans, funds of funds, and secondary funds in their venture capital and private equity investments.
Sam previously worked in the private investment funds practice group of an international law firm where he had a broad range of experience representing sponsors and investors in the private fund space.
Sam received an LL.M. in Banking & Financial Law from Boston University, where he received the Dennis K. Aronowitz Award given to the graduating student with the top grade point average.
Boston University School of Law, 2006, LL.M., Banking and Financial Law
Washington University School of Law, 1995, J.D.
Bucknell University, 1992, B.A., Political Science