Hector Grajeda’s practice is concentrated in corporate and securities. He advises clients on a variety of general corporate matters, including mergers and acquisitions, private placements, securities offerings and securities law compliance, entity formation, corporate governance and general contract negotiations.
During his time at Harvard Law School, Hector published an article in the Harvard Law Record aimed at welcoming first-generation law students. He was a recipient of the Paul C. Weiler Endowed Financial Aid Fund in recognition of his academic achievements in Harvard Law School’s Sports and Entertainment Law Courses. Hector also became actively involved as Vice President of La Alianza, a student-run organization interested in addressing issues affecting the Latinx community at Harvard Law School.
Harvard Law School (J.D., 2018)
Online Contributor, Journal on Sports and Entertainment
Article Editor, Journal on Race and Ethnic Justice
Vice President of La Alianza
University of California, Los Angeles (B.A., Psychology, 2012)
Minor in Chicano Studies
Wasserman Media Group, Legal Intern (2017)
Neighborhood Legal Services, Legal Intern (2016)
Instituto de Educación Popular del Sur de California, Immigration Integration Intern (2016)