Ray Boulanger, a retired partner in the firm's Business Law Department, has been practicing as a financial services lawyer for more than 35 years. As a member of Goodwin's Financial Services Group, Mr. Boulanger has served on the firm's Corporate Management Committee and several other committees.
Mr. Boulanger has taught advanced seminars on financial services matters at Yale Law School and Boston University School of Law. He also served as Assistant to the General Counsel, Department of the Army.
Mr. Boulanger has participated in many projects that involve securities, banking, ERISA, commodity futures and tax laws and issues for financial services clients and has coordinated and supervised the legal response to sophisticated, complicated transactions and projects for clients. He has significant experience representing clients in connection with securities lending matters and has also done extensive work on structuring, organizing and implementing various pooled investment vehicles, including real estate investment funds, registered and unregistered investment companies (offshore and domestic), collective investment trusts, limited partnerships, REITs, common trust funds and other investment vehicles.
Bachelor of Laws1970
Yale Law School
University of Michigan
Mr. Boulanger has published various articles and participated in numerous seminars and other programs. He was a member of the Yale Law Journal at Yale Law School.