I’m so proud to be MoFo’s Chair. Our leading practices and culture help us deliver results for our clients every day.

Larren is the Chair of Morrison & Foerster. Since 2012, when he began serving as Chair, he has overseen a period of phenomenal success for the firm, driven by the strategic needs of our clients. Today, MoFo is a global powerhouse, translating our litigation, corporate, and finance experience and talent into client success. 

During Larren’s leadership, the firm’s global footprint has expanded, with new offices opening in Berlin, Boston, and Singapore. Through it all, the firm has remained true to its unique culture values. Larren is dedicated to continuing and building on MoFo’s proud legacy of leadership in diversity and inclusion. Similarly, pro bono and community service are part of MoFo’s DNA.

Prior to serving as Chair of MoFo, Larren served as a firmwide Managing Partner and founded and led Morrison & Foerster’s Business Restructuring & Insolvency Group. He has over 25 years of experience in U.S. and international restructurings, including Chapter 11 reorganizations, workouts, and restructurings.

Larren has been consistently recognized for his exceptional legal work in Chambers USA, Legal 500 US, and Super Lawyers. Earlier in his career, he was also listed in The National Law Journal’s “40 Under 40” list. He is most proud of his family, which includes his wife and their four children. He is active in his community, having recently completed his term as a board member of the Lawyers Alliance of New York, where he previously served as Chair.

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