Luke Everett is an assistant professor of law at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law. Professor Everett graduated with honors (Order of the Coif) from the University of North Caroline at Chapel Hill School of Law in 2008 and returned in 2011 to teach first year Research, Reasoning, Writing, and Advocacy. After graduation, he served as managing partner of Everett & Everett. He has practiced in many areas, including civil litigation, trusts and estates, federal securities fraud, small business guidance, family law, and state administrative matters. He has handled trial and appellate cases in the North Carolina courts, as well as appearing in federal circuit, district, and bankruptcy courts.
Along with teaching at the law school, Professor Everett regularly works with practicing lawyers on legal writing. In 2012 and 2013, he held workshops for every office of Legal Aid of North Carolina. He has also taught a number of CLE classes, including a webcast for the North Carolina Bar Association. Professor Everett writes a regular column for the newsletter of the Solo, Small Firm, and General Practice division of the Bar Association.
Before attending law school, Professor Everett graduated cum laude from Duke University and received a Master’s of Arts in Teaching from UNC-Chapel Hill. He taught high school English and coached basketball in the North Carolina public schools.
– J.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
– Université de Nice, Faculty of Law
– M.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
– B.A., Duke University
• Corporate and Business Advisory
• Corporate Finance and Securities
• Startup Law
Dan is a founding partner of the New York office and chair of the firm’s corporate and startup group. Dan’s practice focuses on startup law, securities and finance law, M & A, and emerging growth companies. Dan has advised numerous companies on both public and private debt and equity offerings and transactions.
Prior to joining the firm, Dan was General Counsel for Teneo Holdings, a global strategic consulting firm and investment bank. As General Counsel, Dan advised Teneo on all aspects of the organization, and was instrumental in the company’s rapid growth as he was responsible for establishing Teneo’s presence as an international organization by setting up its numerous foreign entities. Prior to Teneo Holdings, Dan was an Assistant District Attorney for the Brooklyn District Attorney’s office, where he managed and prosecuted thousands of cases as well as taking numerous cases to trial.
Dan, a seasoned entrepreneur, is particularly qualified to advise our clients on startup related issues. He views things in light of his business and legal experience, which allows him to share his unique perspective with our clients. Dan has also been General Counsel to a number of small cap companies for whom he has overseen their IPOs. Dan was part of the advance team for the William Jefferson Clinton Foundation; he also oversaw a number of projects for the Clinton Global Initiative. Prior to his work as a lawyer, Dan founded Pangea Sport in Heidelberg, Germany where he traversed Europe to pioneer the college clothing market for European universities.
Dan served as the New York chairperson of the Global Peace Congress, a humanitarian peace organization started after the tragedy of September 11. Dan holds a B.S. from the University of New Hampshire and a J.D. from New York Law School. Dan is a member of the New York Bar.
– J.D., New York Law School
– Université de Nice, Faculty of Law
– B.S., University of New Hampshire
– Universitet Stockholm