Joshua Carroll joined Ropes & Gray in 2017 as a corporate associate practicing primarily in the firm’s asset management group. Josh represents private investment funds, registered open-end investment companies and investment advisers in regulatory, transactional and compliance matters, including derivatives transactions and related trading arrangements with brokers and custodians.
Prior to joining the firm, Josh clerked for the Honorable Linda Stewart Dalianis of the New Hampshire Supreme Court. Before law school, Josh served as an intelligence officer in the United States Air Force. He continues to serve in the Air Force Reserve.
- Represents “buy side” clients and corporate end-users in the negotiation of ISDA Master Agreements, confirmations and other ISDA-based documentation.
- Represents hedge funds, mutual funds, endowments and other investment funds in negotiating master confirmation agreements, triparty agreements for collateral, Master Repurchase Agreements, Global Master Repurchase Agreements and other trading documentation.
- Completed a full-time secondment at the investment adviser for a major university endowment, advising the business on a variety of issues including compliance with U.S. regulations and internal policies.
- Advises registered investment companies in a variety of different matters, including fund disclosure, regulatory filings, compliance matters, the organization of new funds, fund reorganizations, and advisory, sub-advisory and other service provider arrangements.
- Quoted, “Veterans Heading to Law Schools, With Nonprofit’s Help,” Law.com (November 9, 2017)
- Author, “The NLRB’s Purple Communications Decision: Email, Property, and the Changing Patterns of Industrial Life,” 14 Duke L. & Tech. Rev. 280 (2016)
- JD, Duke University School of Law, 2016; Chief Executive Editor, Duke Law & Technology Review
- MA (Organizational Leadership), Gonzaga University, 2010
- BA (Political Science), cum laude, Merrimack College, 2005