Lecturer at the University Law School and the School of Business
Mr. Trumbull practiced corporate law for most of his career concentrating on financial institutions, private equity/ ventures capital firms and securitization of assets. Prior to moving to Madison, he was the General Counsel and Managing Director of a boutique investment banking firm.
Most recently, he was an Executive Vice President and General Counsel of a start-up venture seeking to consolidate certain lines of life insurance. Previously, he was an Associate General Counsel at CUNA Mutual Group, where he led a corporate project team securitizing $500 million of alternative assets, consisting of mezzanine, private equity, and real estate limited partnerships interests.
Mr. Trumbull started his legal career with the Wall Street firm of White & Case. Later, he founded two private law firms, the last of which became absorbed into Skadden Arps & Flom (New York). He also teaches in the MBA programs at the University Of Wisconsin School of Business. He received his J.D. from Georgetown University and a Masters' degree from Yale University.