Carolyn Griffith

Carolyn Griffith represents private equity sponsors and their portfolio companies, as well as public companies and lenders in a diverse range of financing transactions, including leveraged buyouts, incremental facilities, and other finance transactions. She also has experience advising on pro bono matters, such as counseling an international nonprofit organization on corporate structure and helping small businesses through the COVID Relief Coalition.

While in law school, Carolyn was a J.D. fellow at the Indiana University Center for Constitutional Democracy and a Milton Stewart Overseas Fellow in India, where she worked with foreign direct investment capital market transactions and joint ventures.

Publications and Presentations

  • "Taxonomy of Powers and Roles of Upper Chambers in Bicameral Legislatures," author, Indiana Journal of Constitutional Design: Vol. 6, Article 2, 2020.

Education & Credentials

Indiana University Maurer School of Law
JD, 2020, with distinction
Purdue University
BS, 2017, with distinction

Admissions

Massachusetts