Speaking Engagement | June.05.2018 - June.06.2018New York University School of Law
Orrick's Perry Teicher and Quinn Moss will be speaking at the Grunin Center of Law & Social Entrepreneurship at NYU School of Law’s 2018 Legal Issues in Social Entrepreneurship & Impact Investing-in the US and Beyond event on June 5-6, 2018.
The themes of this year’s conference include:
CLE Credits Available: N
Perry Teicher leads Orrick's global Impact Finance & Investment practice, advising impact-oriented clients globally and serves as a leader of Orrick's ESG initiatives.
Perry represents and advises entrepreneurs, fund sponsors, family offices, and tax-exempt organizations across a wide range of transactions, including corporate legal matters, cross-border mergers and acquisitions, private fund formation matters and portfolio transactions, and private placements. Perry advises clients on impact-oriented and ESG matters, integrating social, environmental, and financial outcomes into a comprehensive strategy. Orrick’s Impact Finance & Investment practices serves a global client base across a range of sectors, leveraging Orrick’s unique capabilities to provide innovative, effective, and thoughtful legal services to those clients aiming to create positive social and environmental change alongside targeted financial returns
Perry serves as co-chair of the NYU Law Grunin Center/Impact Investing Legal Working Group’s 2020-2021 annual conference on Legal Issues in Social Entrepreneurship and Impact Investing and is involved in other sector building initiatives.
Perry served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Kazakhstan, where he supported the development of businesses aiming to create mobility and opportunity for people with disabilities in the region. Perry is an Ariane de Rothschild Fellow and member of the ROI Community and Nexus. A native of the Detroit area and University of Michigan graduate, Perry remains committed to the Detroit area, supporting Detroit expat initiatives.
Quinn Moss is co-head of the global Private Investment Funds Group of Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, as well as on the leadership teams for Orrick’s Opportunity Zone initiative and Orrick’s Impact Finance and Investment Group.
Based in New York, Quinn represents private investment fund sponsors (including impact funds) and institutional investors in private investment funds. Quinn received her B.A. from Harvard University, her J.D. from the Fordham School of Law and is admitted in New York. She is a member of the SEC Working Group for the National Association of Public Plan Attorneys (NAPPA), a member and former Trustee of the American College of Investment Counsel (ACIC), a member of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, and a director, corporate secretary and volunteer for High Water Women Foundation. Quinn has recently presented and moderated panels exploring Opportunity Zones opportunities, has frequently presented and moderated panels focusing on impact finance and investment, the negotiation of fund terms and the impact of regulation on funds, and also was lead author of “Fundraising Terms and Conditions: Legal Developments in Key Countries” published in Private Equity and Venture Capital – Regulation and Good Practice (Risk Books, 2014).