Caitlin Mulligan is counsel in the asset management group. Caitlin focuses her practice on the formation and operation of private investment funds and advises clients regarding various investment advisory and other compliance matters. Caitlin frequently works with institutional investors in connection with their private fund related investments on a primary, secondary and co-investment basis. She also represents clients in the negotiation and execution of domestic and international transactions.
Prior to practicing law, Caitlin worked in the United States Senate as a legislative assistant to Senator Jack Reed.
- Represents fund sponsors in connection with the formation of middle market private equity funds.
- Represents fund sponsors in connection with the formation of funds-of-funds and co-investment funds.
- Represents second-generation of investment professionals in connection with restructuring their membership interests in an existing middle market private equity sponsor.
- Represents institutional investors in connection with multi-national transactions.
- Caitlin M. Mulligan, "From AAA to F: How the Credit Rating Agencies Failed America and What Can Be Done to Protect Investors," Boston College Law Review (2009)
- JD, cum laude, Boston College Law School, 2010; Editor in Chief, Boston College Law Review; Cornelius J. Moynihan Award for Outstanding Editorial Work on Publications
- BA (International Affairs and Political Science), The George Washington University, 2005; Dean's List