Amanda Guarisco focuses her practice on investment management, private equity, business and finance, and securities. She counsels clients on the formation, structure, operation, and compliance obligations of alternative investment vehicles and investment advisers.
Prior to joining the firm, Amanda was an associate at a boutique investment management law firm in Atlanta, Georgia where she advised investment advisers and private fund managers on regulatory and operational matters.
While attending Emory University School of Law, Amanda served as an Executive Managing Editor of the Emory Corporate Governance and Accountability Review. She was also a participant in the TI:GER® Program, a collaboration between Emory University School of Law and Georgia Institute of Technology, where she provided a legal perspective on the commercialization of innovative research and development of an early-stage company.
Emory University School of Law J.D. (2020) with honors
Louisiana State University B.S., Economics (2017) summa cum laude
Atlanta Bar Association, Member
Atlanta Sport and Social Club, League Member
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