Renee A. Rossi

Renee A. Rossi

RENEE A. ROSSI, a member of HMB's Business and Finance Group, focuses her practice on general corporate work, private placement offerings, venture capital, securities law matters and mergers and acquisition transactions. Prior to joining HMB, Renee advised operating businesses and family offices regarding capital structure and transactional legal issues, including venture capital investments, private equity transactions, debt offerings, joint ventures, commercial contracts, mergers and acquisitions and SEC compliance matters.

Renee earned her B.S. from Ohio State University, where she was a member of the varsity field hockey team and a four-time winner of the Harriet B. Reynolds Varsity Field Hockey Academic Award. She earned her J.D. from Loyola University's School of Law. While at Loyola, Renee was a member and an editor of the Loyola Law Journal, and she graduated with a Certificate in Tax Law.

Renee regularly volunteers with CARPLS, a Chicago-area legal aid service that offers legal assistance to low-income residents of Cook County, and is a tutor with Chicago Lights Tutoring. Renee enjoys college football and attending concerts.


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  • CARPLS Legal Aid, Volunteer Attorney
  • Chicago Bar Association, Member
  • Illinois State Bar Association, Member

 

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        • Contact Information
        • Bar Admissions
          • Illinois  (2010)
        • Education
          • Loyola University Chicago School of Law, J.D., with honors
          • Ohio State University, B.S, magna cum laude, in Marketing

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