Mark Lipschultz is a real estate associate in the Chicago office of Kirkland & Ellis LLP.
Mark Lipschultz, The CoCo Compromise: Banks, Investors and Regulators Settle for a Debt-Equity Hybrid as a Source of Capital, 35 REV. BANKING & FIN. L 141 (2016).
Mark Lipschultz, Note, Merging the Public and Private: The LIHTC Program and A Formula for More Affordable Housing, 36 REV. BANKING & FIN. L 379 (2016).
Winner of Harvard Business School Real Estate Development Workshop, 2016
Admissions & Qualifications
- Boston University School of LawJ.D.2017
Editor for Professional Articles and Notes & Comments, Review of Banking & Financial Law
President and Founder, Boston University School of Law Real Estate Association
Vice President and 1L Representative, Entrepreneurship & Finance Club
- Georgetown UniversityB.A., History & Governmentcum laude, with Distinction in History2014
Honors Thesis: The IRCA Experiment: A Failure to Solve America’s Immigrant Problem
Real Estate Analyst, Georgetown University Real Estate Club
Commodities Analyst, Zeeba Group, LLC
REITs Analyst and Financials Analyst, Georgetown University Student Investment Fund