Virginia Greiman

Virginia Greiman


BS, cum laude, Pennsylvania State University
MEd, with honors, Boston University
JD, with honors, Suffolk University
LLM in Taxation, Boston University School of Law

Areas of Interest
Corporate, Business & Transactional Law

Professor Greiman has more than 20 years of experience in international law and international development, and is a recognized expert on international contracting, mega project finance, legal reform, privatization, foreign direct investment and corporate reorganizations.  She is presently an Assistant Professor at Boston University where she teaches international development and project finance and international business transactions, and she teaches trial advocacy at Harvard Law School.  She lectures internationally and publishes extensively in the areas of international business transactions, project finance, commercial investment arbitration and dispute resolution, cybercrime and international regulation and reform.

Prior to entering academia, she served as international legal counsel to the US Department of State, the US Agency for International Development, and the World Bank in Eastern and Central Europe, Asia and Africa on privatization, infrastructure development and legal reform projects. She recently served as Chief of Party for a State Department Delegation to Liberia on post-conflict reconstruction and institutional reform.  She has held several high level federal and state positions including Deputy Chief Legal Counsel to Boston’s $14.7 billion Central Artery/Tunnel Project, United States Trustee to the U.S. Department of Justice for the first and fourth circuits where she managed the successful reorganizations of Seabrook Nuclear Power Plant and the Bank of New England, the first bank holding company to file for chapter 11 relief, and she served as Deputy Director and General Counsel to the Massachusetts Department of Economic Development where she assisted international businesses in foreign direct investment.

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