Associate Clinical Professor
Sandy Tarrant is an associate clinical professor and Director of the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Clinic at Boston College Law School. In 2009 and 2016, she was Visiting Assistant Clinical Professor and Director of the BC Law Community Enterprise Clinic. Tarrant teaches Introduction to Transactional Law, an experiential 1L elective course.
Tarrant is also Of Counsel at Casner & Edwards in Boston, where she has represented tax exempt organizations, businesses, and individuals on nonprofit issues since 2004. Prior to joining Casner & Edwards, Tarrant was an associate in the corporate and public finance practices at the Boston office of Mintz Levin, where she worked with private and public companies on mergers and acquisitions, financings, public offerings, securities compliance, and governance. At Mintz, she developed a robust pro bono corporate practice and served on the firm’s pro bono committee.
Before earning her J.D. at Boston College, Tarrant worked in varying capacities for nonprofit and political organizations around New England, focusing on women’s issues advocacy and progressive coalition building. She has served as a board member and officer on many nonprofit organizations and community groups in Boston.