BOSTON, MA – (January 2023) – Boston-based, full-service law firm Rubin and Rudman announced the elevation of corporate attorney Ariadna Caulfield to Partner.
Caulfield’s practice focuses on corporate, banking and financial law, and complex civil and business matters. She represents clients in sophisticated corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, and debt and equity financing transactions. In addition, she is experienced in commercial real estate, including drafting and negotiating commercial leases and purchase and sales agreements.
Since joining the firm in September of 2021, Ariadna has quickly become an integral member of the corporate department and the firm. “What can I say about Ariadna? She personifies the core values that are at the very heart of our firm’s success. She is committed to providing outstanding client service, she is collaborative and collegial, and Ariadna is dedicated to continuing her professional and personal growth and supports the same in her colleagues,” said John J. McGivney, Managing Partner at Rubin and Rudman.
Prior to joining Rubin and Rudman, Ariadna was an in-house associate in the legal department of the Central Bank of the Dominican Republic where she handled a range of legal issues affecting the Central Bank, among them, banking and financial, transactional, corporate, real estate, employment, copyright, and constitutional law matters.
“I am very pleased to receive this promotion and am grateful for the opportunity to work at a firm that supports and promotes women in leadership roles,” said Caulfield. “It is still not commonplace to see women – especially a young Latina woman – at the M&A negotiating table, but at Rubin and Rudman I am privileged to work with many talented women on our firm’s M&A team. Our presence actively challenges the status quo,” she added.
Caulfield is a founding member of Rubin and Rudman’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee. She was recently named a 2022 Top Lawyer for Corporate Law in Boston Magazine’s edition of Top Lawyers. She is a 2012 Fulbright Scholar and a past recipient of the Young National Talent of Dominican Republic 2005 (Awarded by Technological Institute de Santo – Domingo (INTEC)´s Program for Outstanding Students).
She received an LL.M. in American Law 2016 and an LL.M. in Banking and Financial Law in 2013, both from Boston University School of Law. She is a graduate of Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM), where she earned an LL.B. (J.D. equivalent) in 2009.
Caulfield is fluent in French and a native Spanish speaker. She is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts and Dominican Republic.