Thomas Alcorn is an associate in the Los Angeles office of Latham & Watkins. His practice focuses on representing lenders and borrowers in connection with complex financing transactions, including asset-based, acquisition, working capital and real estate financings.
Mr. Alcorn routinely assists clients with all phases of financings, from drafting and negotiation of engagement and commitment letters through negotiation and drafting of definitive financing documentation. He also represents financial institutions in connection with litigation arising out of financing and related arrangements.
He is regularly involved in pro bono matters, which have included assisting a foster care family in obtaining benefits and helping clients fleeing persecution obtain asylum in the United States.
Mr. Alcorn deeply values public service. He will be serving as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Ferdinand Fernandez of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and served as a summer law clerk for Justice H. Walter Croskey of the California Court of Appeal while in law school.
Mr. Alcorn garnered substantial experience during and immediately after law school by working as a law clerk for two JAMS arbitrators. Prior to law school, Mr. Alcorn worked in the Biomedical Services Division of the American Red Cross.
- Mr. Alcorn was a Senior Articles Editor of the Southern California Law Review
- Mr. Alcorn’s work has been selected for publication in The Michigan Journal of Environmental & Administrative Law and the peer-reviewed science journal Acta Crystallographica