Fletcher Warren is a JD Candidate (’25) and Stanley & Ilene Gold Honors Scholar at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law. He is interested in corporate transactional practice, particularly private equity M&A, debt finance, and fund formation issues.

Before law school, Fletcher built a career over seven years as a client-focused U.S. business immigration program manager and paralegal, working on behalf of household-name corporations to procure temporary work visas and green cards for strategic employees.

Fletcher earned Bachelor’s degrees summa cum laude in Business & Political Science and History from Bethel University in 2015. His senior thesis, which explored the political culture of the Minnesotans who fought in the Spanish Civil War, won the 2014 George Watt Prize from the Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archive at NYU.

In his spare time, Fletcher enjoys road cycling, playing chamber music, and tinkering with his classic roadster.