Jeffrey Harrison Joins Corporate Finance Division in Denver
Stinson Leonard Street LLP is proud to announce that Jeff Harrison has joined the firm as a partner in the corporate finance division. He practices in the Denver office.
Harrison's practice focuses on complex corporate transactions including financings, lease transactions, mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures and general corporate matters. He has significant experience representing clients in the agribusiness and energy industries.
Harrison joins Stinson Leonard Street from a Denver area law firm. Prior to that he worked as senior counsel at a $100 billion Farm Credit System bank where he was responsible for the legal aspects of a large agribusiness loan portfolio.
"Jeff is a perfect fit for our firm and our corporate finance team," said Jack Bowling, the co-chair of the Stinson Leonard Street corporate finance division. "He has experience working on complex, multimillion dollar deals across the country and has the proactive, client-focused approach to legal service we are looking for. His background in agribusiness and energy aligns seamlessly with some of our firm's core service areas. We are excited to have him on board."
Harrison joins one of the strongest teams of corporate finance attorneys in the Mountain West and Midwest. Stinson Leonard Street provides a broad range of corporate finance related services to both private and publicly held companies and investment firms. The firm also routinely works with Wall Street investment banks and on the opposing side of Wall Street law firms.
"The corporate finance practice at Stinson Leonard Street has a reputation for doing high quality legal work with a business focus for some of the largest companies in the U.S.," said Harrison. "For many years, I have admired the work the attorneys at the firm are doing and I am thrilled to now be a part of that effort."
Harrison earned his B.A. from the University of Oklahoma and his J.D. from Columbia Law School. He is admitted to practice in Colorado, New York and Texas.