Ali Fenno focuses her practice in the areas of general business and corporate law, securities regulation, investment fund formation, investment management regulation, commercial transactions, and mergers and acquisitions.
While attending law school, Ali worked as a summer associate with the firm in 2016 and 2017 where she researched legal issues concerning topics such as the DOL Fiduciary Rule and SEC Liquidity Rules and assisted attorneys with the drafting and revision of legal documents including SEC deficiency letter responses, private and public offering documents, and various corporate contracts. She was Senior Notes and Comments Editor of the Wake Forest Law Review and she is a recipient of Wake Forest Law Review’s 2018 Service Award. Ali also worked as a summer associate in the Charlotte, North Carolina office of an international law firm.
While attending the University of South Carolina Moore School of Business, Ali served as an Honors College Semester Program Intern in the South Carolina Revenue and Fiscal Affairs office. She was a Marketing and Sales Intern and then a Project Manager at Blue Oak Networks, a company in Columbia, South Carolina providing IT services and strategic planning to its customers.
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Wake Forest University School of Law, J.D. (2018) magna cum laude, Order of the Coif
University of South Carolina, Moore School of Business, B.S.B.A., Business Economics and Marketing, Minor in Psychology (2015) cum laude
North Carolina (2018)
Kimberley Park Elementary School, Volunteer
Donna Deegan Breast Cancer Marathon, Volunteer
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