Tom Callahan is an associate in Chapman's Asset Securitization Department. Tom represents financial institutions and issuers in securitization and structured finance matters involving numerous asset classes. His experience also includes the representation of bank and nonbank lenders in a variety of domestic and cross-border secured lending transactions, including asset-based loans, acquisition financings, and other leveraged financings. He also maintains a pro bono practice primarily representing clients from Russia and Ukraine in active asylum and other United States immigration matters.
Tom joined Chapman after practicing law at Am Law 100 and Magic Circle firms.
Fordham University School of Law, J.D., 2016
- Executive Notes and Articles Editor, Fordham International Law Journal
New York University, M.A., Russian and Slavic Studies, 2010
Fordham College at Rose Hill, B.A., Comparative Literature, 2007