A respected thought leader and strategic problem solver, Alan can navigate clients through the toughest courtroom, the complexity of Washington or a community conflict. As a counselor, attorney or civic leader, Alan plays a pivotal role in every client engagement: identifying interests and issues, helping people work through their differences and creating practical solutions that achieve a client’s goals.
At Resolute, Alan’s trusted counsel and strategic insights allows clients to understand the crucial role strategic communications and stakeholder engagement can play in shaping decisions, managing reputations and growing company value.
A former partner at DLA Piper, Alan has spent much of his career representing the financial services industry and is a Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy.
Alan has a long history of working with and advising elected officials and candidates on critical issues of policy and strategy. In 2012, he served as a National Co-Chair of the Obama–Biden campaign, acting as a surrogate for President Obama with a focus on issues of importance to the Jewish and business communities. In both 2008 and 2012, he was a charter member of the Obama National Finance Committee. Following his term as Chairman of the Conference of Presidents, Solow has continued to work with the Administration on a variety of matters. He maintains relationships with a broad array of federal, state and local elected officials.
Solow is also an accomplished civic leader. He currently chairs the board of Interfaith Youth Core, is also a past Chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, the umbrella group for more than 50 other agencies.
Solow graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School after graduating with an A.B.,summa cum laude with highest distinction in political science, from the University of Illinois.