Morri Weinberg


  • JD, Columbia University School of Law, 1994; Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar; Member, Columbia Business Law Review
  • BA, summa cum laude, University of California, Los Angeles, 1987


  • New York, 1995
  • American Bar Association
  • Association of the Bar of the City of New York
  • New York State Bar Association

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  • “Morri Weinberg and his team at Ropes & Gray is world class in every way.  We have used them for two direct secondary transactions, which were extraordinarily complex, as well as traditional fund formation work.  They are terrific!” -  Anonymous

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  • IFLR1000 (2019)
  • Legal 500 (2017-2018)
  • PLC Which Lawyer (2010-2011)

Morri Weinberg


Morri Weinberg is a partner in Ropes & Gray’s private investment funds practice in the New York office. He works with private fund sponsors in connection with fundraising, organizational/governance, regulatory and compliance related matters. He also represents institutional investors in connection with their private fund related investments on a primary, secondary and co-investment basis. Morri's experience also includes transactions involving investment management firms, including joint ventures, spin-offs and acquisitions.


  • Accolade Capital
  • AlpInvest Partners
  • Behrman Capital
  • Domain Associates
  • Providence Equity
  • Temasek Holdings
  • Veronis Suhler Stevenson
  • Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe


  • Quoted, “GP-leds: How to navigate conflicts,” Private Equity International (May 2019)
  • Quoted, “Secondary Volume to Stay Strong in 2014 as Buyers Look to Fund Recaps,” Private Equity Analyst (February 2014)
  • Quoted, “So, you want to charge a premium carry,” Buyouts Magazine (February 2014)
  • Quoted, “PE Firms Set Modest Goals As Market Favors Smaller Deals,” Law360 (January 2014)
  • Co-author, “Crafting carried interest provisions in the limited partnership agreement,” Private Equity Compensation and Incentives (Private Equity International, April 2012)


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