Education

Harvard Law School
JD, 2014, cum laude

Civil Rights Civil Liberties Journal

University of Maryland
BA, 2009, magna cum laude

Admissions

Massachusetts

Practice Areas

Shaina D. Wamsley London

Associate

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Shaina Wamsley London represents financial institutions, corporate borrowers and private equity sponsors in a broad range of finance and restructuring transactions, including secured and unsecured lending transactions, acquisition financings, working capital and other senior credit facilities and second-lien and mezzanine debt financings.

Practice Focus

Finance: represents commercial banks and other financial institutions in a wide range of finance and restructuring transactions, including secured and unsecured lending transactions, acquisition financings, working capital and other senior credit facilities and second-lien mezzanine debt financings.

Representative Engagements

  • Represented agent in connection with a $105,000,000 term loan and $30,000,000 revolving loan to a public company that designs instructional technology for students and teachers.
  • Represented lender in connection with a $25,000,000 second lien term loan to a telecommunications public company.
  • Represented insurance company in connection with senior secured note purchases to refinance the stadium of a National Football League team.
  • Represented institutional investors as mezzanine lenders in connection with the acquisition of an agricultural company.

Professional and Community Involvement

Ms. Wamsley London is a volunteer mentor to an at-risk adolescent in Boston.  She is also an active participant in Choate’s pro bono program and the Citizen Schools program, a tutoring program serving Boston Public School students.  Ms. Wamsley London is a member of the Boston Bar Association.

 

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