Buckley Sandler Co-Founder Helps Launch New DC Law Firm

Law360 (May 1, 2019, 9:33 PM EDT) -- After retiring last year from the law firm he co-founded — Buckley Sandler — Andy Sandler has now teamed up with two long-time colleagues to form a financial services-focused law firm managed by women in Washington, D.C., according to an announcement Wednesday.

In addition to Sandler, the new firm's founders include former Buckley Sandler partners Andrea Mitchell and Robyn Quattrone. The three are joined by two additional attorneys — former Buckley Sandler counsel Stephen LeBlanc and Alex Acree, co-founder of financial technology venture capital firm Fenway Summer Ventures.

According to Sandler, the financial services- and fintech-focused firm, named Mitchell Sandler, will...

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