Community Economic Development Clinic
Law School Clinical Program
From 2010-2012, Eric Franklin was the Whiting fellow in the Student Law Office’s Community Economic Development Clinic. Eric received his J.D. from Cornell Law School and his B.A. from the University of Texas. After law school, Eric joined Sullivan & Cromwell’s corporate group in Palo Alto, where his practice primarily focused on mergers and acquisitions and securities offerings. After several years at Sullivan, Eric moved to Seattle to join the business transaction group of Davis Wright Tremaine. At DWT, Eric worked on a wide range of projects, from documenting a multi-billion dollar joint venture in the telecommunications industry to counseling local entrepreneurs on legal issues facing early-stage companies.
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