Keerthika M. Subramanian

Visiting Clinical Lecturer in Law

(fall term)


Keerthika M. Subramanian is a Visiting Clinical Lecturer in Law at Yale Law School. She has practiced in Boston, New York and the Silicon Valley, focusing on complex corporate transactions such as initial public offerings, follow-on offerings, mergers and acquisitions, venture financings, and bond offerings, with an emphasis on advising clients in the biotechnology/life sciences, technology and financial services industries.
 

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Keerthika M. Subramanian

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Faculty Assistant


Cathy Orcutt

Education & Curriculum Vitae


J.D., Yale Law School, 2011
B.A., Emory University, 2007

Courses Taught


  • Biotechnology Capital Markets

Keerthika M. Subramanian is a Visiting Clinical Lecturer in Law at Yale Law School. She is currently a Senior Capital Markets Associate at Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C. in Boston. She previously practiced corporate and securities law in New York City and the Silicon Valley.

Her practice focuses on complex corporate transactions such as initial public offerings, follow-on offerings, mergers and acquisitions, venture financings, and bond offerings, with an emphasis on advising clients in the biotechnology/life sciences, technology and financial services industries. In her securities practice, she primarily represents investment banks in initial public offerings and follow-on offerings. In 2016, she advised the underwriters on a third of the six initial public offerings (IPOs) of San Francisco Bay Area-based technology companies.

Subramanian is a global thought leader on data privacy and cybersecurity. Along with C-level executives of Fortune 500 companies, Subramanian is a founding member of the IEEE Fair Trade Data Initiative, the first effort of its kind worldwide to develop a set of global standards governing the fair trade of inherent human and personal data. She is also a Fellow at Hu.manity.co, a data privacy startup. In June 2019, she led the transatlantic steering committee in the successful planning and execution of “Cyber Crisis Simulation Exercise: Navigating Transatlantic Disruptions, Conflicts and Opportunities,” the largest side event at the GLOBSEC 2019 Bratislava Forum, a top 5 international security conference worldwide. The event was co-sponsored by, among others, NATO, Global Cyber Alliance and the European Cyber Research Resilience Network. She is also a 2017-2018 German Marshall Memorial Fellow.