Kaitien P. Boucher
Kaitien Boucher is counsel in the asset management group in New York. Her practice focuses on the representation of fund sponsors, hedge funds and other private funds in connection with the formation and restructuring of open-end and closed-end funds, as well as various fundraising, regulatory and compliance matters. Kaitien’s experience also includes investment manager representation in launching and negotiating single-investor fund structures and advising large investors in connection with co-investment and mezzanine transactions.
In addition to her investment management practice, Kaitien also has experience representing private equity sponsors and their portfolio companies in a broad spectrum of leveraged finance transactions, including in connection with leveraged buyouts, refinancings, recapitalizations and M&A transactions, and has assisted clients with the implementation of various financing facilities, including term loans, asset-based revolvers, and first and second lien financings.
During law school, Kaitien assisted foster care youth in Columbia’s Child Advocacy Clinic and interned at MFY Legal Services’ Adult Home Advocacy Project. She also served as articles editor of the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law.
- JD, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, Columbia University School of Law, 2013; articles editor, Columbia Journal of Gender and Law
- AB (Psychology), honors, Princeton University, 2010
Admissions / Qualifications
- Massachusetts, 2014
- New York, 2014