Of Counsel Attorney
Preparing You For Growth.
Alex McGlothlin is Of Counsel at Linden Legal Strategies focusing his practice on start-up and high-growth businesses. After completing his advanced masters degree from Georgetown University Law Center in Securities and Financial Regulation in 2013, Alex worked as a law clerk at the Supreme Court of Virginia, assisting Justice McClanahan with her case flow. Alex next worked for a boutique corporate and securities firm in Richmond, counseling a national clientele. Alex has advised numerous sponsors of real estate investment trusts (“REITs”), IRC 1031 syndications (“DSTs”) and private placements of real estate investments. Alex’s other services include company formation; commercial contract review, negotiation and drafting; mergers and acquisitions; and trademark clearance and registration.
Alex is an adjunct professor at the Appalachian School of Law, teaching a course titled “Entrepreneur Law,” a practicum course that gives students hands-on experience counseling a mock business client throughout the various stages of its life cycle, including projects such as limited liability company formation, advising the client on capital raising, and disposition of the company in a private M&A exit.
Alex is a graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center, West Virginia University, and the University of Virginia.
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10 E. Franklin Street
Richmond, Virginia 23219
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