Alvin Benjamin Carter III Named to National Black Lawyer’s “Top 40 Under 40”
PUBLISHED ON: 05/08/2020
The National Black Lawyers (NBL) name Corporate associate Alvin Benjamin Carter III to their “Top 40 Under 40” list for Massachusetts, an honor given to a select group of lawyers for their superior skills and qualifications in the field. The honor recognizes African American attorneys under the age of 40 from each state or region who have an outstanding reputation for providing excellent legal representation in their respective practice areas.
The NBL “Top 40 Under 40” honorees are selected after a rigorous nomination and vetting process. Current members of the NBL nominate fellow attorneys who they feel have an outstanding reputation among peers, the judiciary and the public. Nominees are evaluated based on a variety of factors, including notable achievements, settlements, and verdicts as a lawyer, and demonstrated leadership in other national and state specialty lawyer organizations.
The National Black Lawyers Top 100 is an elite network of legal experts. They select highly successful and influential lawyers with reputations for providing excellent legal representation in their respective practice areas. Members are some of the most well-known practicing lawyers and leaders in American history.
As part of the Corporate group, Alvin advises private and public company clients in a broad range of corporate and transactional matters, including debt and equity financings, corporate governance, entity formation, asset assignments, and state and federal securities compliance. Alvin also represents clients in intellectual property maters, including responding to USPTO office actions and brand licensing. He has represented clients in varying industries including emerging companies, venture capital, entertainment, medical technology, financial services, fashion and FinTech, among others. Prior to Brown Rudnick, Alvin interned for State Street Corporation where he reviewed and drafted contracts, license agreements and other related IP documents.
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