Boston University School of Law
JD, cum laude, 2016

Boston University Law Review

Bowdoin College
AB, 2010



Mark A. Bellis


t 617-248-4837   f 617-502-4837

Mark Bellis is a member of the firm’s business department.   He participated in Choate’s Summer Associate program in 2015.

Mr. Bellis graduated from Boston University School of Law where he served as an editor on Boston University Law Review. During his third year of law school, Mr. Bellis interned with the Legal Department of Foundation Medicine, Inc., a Cambridge life sciences company. He has also been an intern with the Appellate Division of the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Maine.

Before beginning his legal career, Mr. Bellis worked in account management at Grey, a New York advertising agency.

Practice Focus

Business & Technology: represents public and private companies in a variety of industries in mergers and acquisitions, securities law compliance issues, venture capital equity financings and general corporate work.

Private Equity: represents funds of all types and aspects of capital raising and acquisitions of target companies.

Finance: represents secured lenders, borrowers and equity sponsors in a wide range of financing transactions.

Professional and Community Involvement

Mr. Bellis is a member of the Boston Bar Association and a volunteer alumni interviewer for Bowdoin College.


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