Andrew A. Croxford
BA, St. Catherine’s College, University Oxford
MA, St. Catherine’s College, University Oxford
LLM in American Law, Boston University School of Law
Andrew Croxford practiced corporate and finance law as a solicitor in London, England for more than 17 years before relocating to Boston with his family in 2012. His transactional experience encompasses mergers and acquisitions, equity capital markets, joint ventures and venture capital investments in the U.K. and throughout the world, with a particular emphasis on transactions in emerging economies. His clients have included domestic and international investment banks and multi-national companies as well as SMEs, start-ups and entrepreneurs Mr. Croxford is currently Of Counsel with the firm of Mirck, O’Connell, DeMallie & Lougee. He began his career with the international firm of Allen & Overy, spent time as in house counsel at investment banks Nomura and Morgan Stanley and was latterly a partner in the London offices of McDermott Will & Emery, White & Case, and Greenberg Traurig.
Transactional Contracts: Drafting and Analyzing Transactional Agreements under U.S. Law (for foreign-trained LL.M. students): LAW JD 719
This course is for foreign-trained LL.M. students. It teaches students basic principles and skills of drafting and analyzing transaction and other business agreements under U.S. law, with a focus on recognizing, and addressing through contractual provisions, key business issues in various transactional contexts, including asset purchases and sales, intellectual property licensing and employment agreements. While the course utilizes lectures to introduce various contract concepts and techniques essential for drafting and analyzing transaction and other commercial agreements, it requires that students complete in-class exercises and homework assignments as a means of building basic drafting skills and a solid understanding of the structure and operation of contractual provisions in a business transaction under U.S. law. Grades will be based on the graded assignments, good faith completion of ungraded assignments, and class participation. CLASS SIZE: Limited to 12 students. GRADING NOTICE: This class will not offer the CR/NC/H option.
SPRG 2018: LAW JD 719 A1 , Jan 18th to Apr 19th 2018
SPRG 2018: LAW JD 719 B1 , Jan 18th to Apr 19th 2018
SPRG 2018: LAW JD 719 C1 , Jan 18th to Apr 19th 2018
SPRG 2018: LAW JD 719 D1 , Jan 18th to Apr 19th 2018