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Matthew T. Henshon

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Matthew T. Henshon is a founding partner of Henshon Klein. His practice encompasses a wide range of issues affecting corporations including governance, intellectual property and technology licensing, and mergers and acquisitions, and his experience includes representation of all sides of the privately-held, emerging company: founders, investors, and employees.

Immediately prior to forming the Allerton Law Group, he served as Special Assistant and Senior Advisor to Senator Bill Bradley during Senator Bradley's campaign for the Presidency. During the campaign, Mr. Henshon served as "traveling chief-of-staff” to Senator Bradley. He has written multiple law- and business-related articles in legal and business publications, and his political analysis has appeared on the New York Times Op-Ed page.

For the four years preceding the Bradley Campaign, Mr. Henshon worked at the Boston law firm of Hill & Barlow, P.C.

Mr. Henshon graduated from Princeton University in 1991 with an A.B. cum laude from its Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. At Princeton, he was a starter at forward for Princeton's Ivy League champion basketball team (ranked Top 25 in the country) and was twice named a District II Academic All-American. In 1990, he played in the then-most-watched men’s college basketball game in the history of ESPN (Princeton vs. Arkansas , NCAA First Round), a record that lasted for 16 years. He was recently featured in an ESPN 30-for-30 Short entitled "The Billion Dollar Game," about the Princeton-Georgetown game the previous season.

Professional Activities
Mr. Henshon has served on the Nanomaterials Advisory Committee for the City of Cambridge (Mass.); the Committee’s work was completed during the first quarter of 2008.

Since the fall of 2007, Mr. Henshon has served as inaugural Co-Chair of the Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Committee of the American Bar Association (ABA).

In 2009, Mr. Henshon was elected a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation.