Executive Vice President & General Counsel
New Urban Entertainment Television, Inc.
Irvin joined New Urban Entertainment Television (NUE-TV) from the Washington law firm Shaw Pittman, where she was a partner in the Corporate Group handling principally mergers and acquisitions, venture capital, and other transactional matters. Before coming to Washington, Irvin was a partner in the Merger & Acquisition Group of Milbank,Tweed, Hadley & McCloy in New York City. After approximately 14 years at Milbank, Irvin left in 1993 to join the Clinton Administration, serving as deputy assistant secretary on defense until 1996. She then became the managing partner in the Washington office of Cooper Liebowitz, Royster & Wright, establishing that firm’s DC office and serving as head of its firm-wide corporate practice.
Irvin serves on the Board of Directors of the Lincoln Theater, the U.S. Committee for Refugees, and the International Human Rights Law Group. She also sits on the Advisory Committee for the Arms Division of Human Rights Watch. Previously, she served as a trustee of Princeton University and Cooper Union. In 1992-93, Irvin was a member of the Clinton/Gore Presidential Transition Team.
Irvin earned a J.D. degree from Harvard Law School in 1979 and a BA degree, summa cum laude, from Princeton University in 1976. She is admitted to practice law in New York and Washington, DC.
NUE-TV reflects the attitudes that define the urban experience. NUE-TV offers a mix of life-style programming that features films, news, sports, series, music, and inspirational content. The company’s goal is to meet viewers demands for more sophisticated urbanoriented television.