I love working with because I get to discuss cutting-edge, transformative ideas with some of the smartest folks around and then collaborate with them to grow their new ventures.
Avery Reaves is a counsel in the Corporate Practice Group where he counsels life sciences and technology companies on corporate and securities matters, with an emphasis on public offerings and counseling, mergers and acquisitions, and the representation of early-stage companies and investors in seed stage, venture capital, or other financing transactions.
Off the Clock: Exploring our town’s hiking trails with my wonderful wife and daughter and our beagle and trying to squeeze in the occasional round of golf.
Favorite App: Probably Pocket Casts at the moment, but the Kindle and NYT apps and Headspace are great too!
Daily Reads: The Wall Street Journal, Dealbook at The New York Times, the Pro Rata and daily emails, and TechCrunch
Favorite Books: Dog by Phil Knight, Hatching Twitter by Nick Bilton, A Man in Full by Tom Wolfe and The Firm by John Grisham. Currently working my way through Pappyland by Wright Thompson and Trillion Dollar Coach by Eric Schmidt, Jonathan Rosenberg and Alan Eagle.
JD, Harvard Law School, 2013
MBA, Finance and Health Care Management, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, 2010
AB, Political Science and Economics, Duke University, 2004
Capital Markets, and Disclosure, Cross-Border Transactions, Debt Finance, Emerging Company and Venture Capital, Life Sciences, Mergers and Acquisitions, Technology
Life Sciences: Biotech, Medical Devices, Pharmaceutical
Technology: Consumer, Energy, Clean Tech, Fin Tech, Healthcare IT, Materials Sciences (includes nanotechnology, semiconductors, etc.), Mobile, Telecom, Infrastructure, Software (includes SAAS and Cloud computing)