Michael McKeown joined Ropes & Gray as a corporate law clerk in 2018. He assists the department with a wide spectrum of transactional work including mergers and acquisitions, and private fund investments.
In law school, Michael served as the President of the Student Bar Association and a Note Editor of the Suffolk University Law Review. Earlier in his time at Suffolk University, Michael also served as President of the Business Law Association, Director of the Appropriations Committee, and Treasurer of the Intellectual Property Law Students Association, Animal Legal Defense Fund and Real Estate/Trust & Estates Group.
During law school, Michael was a voting member of the President Search Committee tasked with hiring the University's next permanent President. In his first year, Michael also served as a Judicial Intern to Magistrate Judge Donald Cabell of the United States District Court of MA.
Prior to law school, Michael earned a Bachelors of Science in Human Physiology.
- Author, “Police Misconduct: Ineffective Police Department Complaint-Review Procedure and the Proposition of Corrective Federal Oversight,” Suffolk University Law Review (Volume LI, Number 2) (2018)