Marium Lange is an associate in the firm’s Corporate and Tax groups. She works with private and public companies, investment funds, and strategic investors. Her practice is focused on mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings, securities compliance, venture capital, business formation, transactional tax and business planning, and private investment funds. Additionally, Marium regularly advises clients on various compliance and corporate governance matters. She received her Juris Doctorate from the University of California, Davis and her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management Economics and Psychology from the University of California, Santa Cruz. Prior to joining Weintraub Tobin, Marium worked at an AmLaw 100 firm in San Francisco in the securities and investment management practice areas.
During law school, Marium interned with the Securities and Exchange Commission twice. Initially, she worked with the Enforcement Division in San Francisco and participated in the SEC Summer Honors Program in Washington, D.C. in the Division of Corporation Finance. She also interned at the California Attorney General’s Office in the Antitrust Section. During her first year at law school, she was a recipient of the Sacramento Bar Diversity Fellowship Program. Lastly, she volunteered for the Navajo Nation as an IRS certified volunteer income tax assistant (VITA) and worked with the homeless population in Sacramento on accessing and obtaining public benefits.
Marium brings over a decade of experience in the financial services sector to her law practice. Her background includes being a public auditor for KPMG, a financial reporting specialist for a Fortune 500 company, and a senior finance and accounting analyst for a mid-cap public company. She also served as a certified financial advisor and investment specialist at Morgan Stanley and Charles Schwab.
Marium’s pro bono work efforts have primarily focused on serving under-represented minority entrepreneurs in the legal aspects of forming their business and receiving seed funding. She has also worked on immigration matters, assisting clients with asylum and U Visa applications. In her spare time, she serves as the executive director for a small art-based nonprofit and loves to hike in the mountains with her dog.
J.D., University of California, Davis
B.S. University of California, Santa Cruz