Jonathan Trebble-Greening is an associate and member of the Investment Funds Practice in the New York office of Latham & Watkins.

Mr. Trebble-Greening represents private equity sponsors on investment fund formation, investment structuring, and related transactions.

He has advised global asset managers and first-time fund sponsors on a variety of high-profile capital-raising initiatives ranging from US$125 million to more than US$25 billion, including with respect to their co-investment programs.

Mr. Trebble-Greening maintains an active pro bono practice, representing nonprofits on a variety of corporate structuring and governance issues as well as transgendered individuals seeking to change their legal names and gender markers. 

Mr. Trebble-Greening was previously a member of the private funds group at another international law firm. In law school, Mr. Trebble Greening served as the executive editor of the Columbia Business Law Review in which he published his student Note. He also served as a teaching fellow for the human rights course taught by Professors Sarah Cleveland and Amal Clooney, as well as a seminar on crises facing in-house counsel taught by Michael Solender, the Global Vice Chair and General Counsel at Ernst & Young, and the Judge Lewis Liman of the Southern District of New York. Prior to law school, Mr. Trebble-Greening taught high school science in Dallas, Texas, as a Teach For America corps member.

Mr. Trebble-Greening serves on the New York City alumni board for the University of Georgia.

Mr. Trebble-Greening's experience includes representing:

  • Brookfield Asset Management*
  • Cimarron Healthcare Capital*
  • Genstar Capital*
  • Great Hill Partners
  • Madryn Asset Management*
  • Partners Group
  • PSP Investments*
  • Rubicon Founders
  • WindRose Health Investors*
  • The Carlyle Group

*Matter handled prior to joining Latham

Bar Qualification

  • New York


  • JD, Columbia Law School, 2020
    Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar
  • BS in Genetics & Biology & Psychology, University of Georgia, Morehead Honors College, 2013
    cum laude

Languages Spoken

  • English