SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Silicon Legal Strategy today announced that associate Madelyn Tarr has joined the firm in its Los Angeles office.
Madelyn is a managing associate at Silicon Legal Strategy. She represents emerging companies at all stages of growth on entity formation, corporate governance and other day-to-day matters, debt and equity financings, and M&A and other strategic transactions. Madelyn also advises venture capital investors on their investments into technology companies.
Prior to joining SLS, Madelyn was an associate at Latham & Watkins LLP, where she advised public and private companies and venture capital investors on various corporate transactions.
Madelyn received a J.D. and LLM in Law and Entrepreneurship from Duke University School of Law, where she served as Managing Editor of the Duke Law and Technology Review and Executive Editor of the Duke Journal of Comparative and International Law. She received a B.A in International Studies and Spanish from the University of Miami.
“Silicon Legal stood out to me because of their top-tier team and emphasis on exceptional client service and relationships,” said Tarr. “I’m excited to join an experienced and diverse team that seeks to prioritize client service in a way that is people-focused and business-minded.”
“We are beyond excited to have Madelyn join SLS. Her experience and focus on client service align well with our high-touch service model,” said Gaurav Mathur, Managing Partner of Silicon Legal’s Los Angeles Office. “Silicon Legal continues to attract top tier talent, and we are thrilled to grow our team with yet another remarkable hire.”
About Silicon Legal Strategy
Silicon Legal Strategy is the premier boutique law firm providing targeted, bottom-line-oriented advice to technology startups, innovative entrepreneurs and seasoned investors. Trained at the top firms in Silicon Valley, our attorneys and staff are incredibly passionate about technology and have extensive experience representing early stage companies and investors. We are a known quantity in Silicon Valley, and work with or sit across the table from every major law firm in the area. Perhaps most importantly, we ourselves are entrepreneurs. We truly understand the challenges of a startup — like building and motivating a team, creating repeatable processes to ensure continued customer satisfaction at scale and dealing with infrastructure issues. We face these challenges every day — and as a result, are able to deliver more relevant, bottom-line-oriented advice. Put simply, we actually “get” what entrepreneurs are going through.