Rhick Bose

Rhick Bose focuses his practice on government and internal investigations, as well as complex civil litigations related to anti-discrimination, securities, trade secrets and other areas of law.

Mr. Bose first joined WilmerHale as a summer associate in 2017. Among other matters, he assisted in pro bono litigation involving a prisoner’s denial of medical treatment. 

While in law school, Mr. Bose interned with the Special Litigation Unit of the New York Legal Assistance Group, where he assisted with class action impact lawsuits confronting systemic failures in public benefits, charter schools, immigration and other areas. He also served as a financial regulation research assistant for Professor Kathryn Judge and worked as a legal extern for the Center for Popular Democracy in New York.

Before embarking on his legal career, Mr. Bose served as chief of staff for Goldman Sachs’ Bank Strategy & Management division, working to implement bank regulatory reforms in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. He also has professional experience in education: a former Teach for America history teacher, he served as the founding managing director of outreach for the nonprofit Educators for Excellence and as a national education policy consultant for school systems, foundations, startups, nonprofits and elected officials.

Mr. Bose is a member of WilmerHale’s Diversity Committee.


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  • Education

    • JD, Columbia Law School, 2018

      Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar 

      Staff Editor, Columbia Business Law Review
    • MS, Teaching Social Studies, Fordham University, 2011

      summa cum laude
    • BA, International Studies, Boston College, 2009

      cum laude
  • Admissions

    • New York