Ms. Hristova is the author of several articles on international law, corporate governance and white-collar crime.
Mirela Hristova is a counsel in the firm's Financial Industry and Private Investment Funds practices. Ms. Hristova focuses her practice on the structuring, formation and ongoing management of a variety of private investment vehicles, including hedge funds, venture capital funds and real estate funds.
Ms. Hristova’s experience in the private investment funds area includes establishing private funds through domestic and international securities offerings, representing fund managers and sponsor entities in the preparation and negotiation of fund formation and investment documents, and counseling fund sponsors and managers with respect to a variety of ongoing matters. She joined Goodwin in 2012.
While attending law school, Ms. Hristova completed a judicial externship with the Honorable O. Rogeriee Thompson of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and worked at a law firm in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In addition, she served as an executive editor for the Review of Banking and Financial Law and received the Dean’s Award in International Business Transactions.
Boston University School of Law