Meghan is a member of HMB’s Real Estate Group. She focuses her practice on all aspects of commercial real estate acquisitions, dispositions and leasing transactions.
Representing a range of clients including commercial property owners, developers, landlords and tenants, Meghan has a broad perspective on the real estate industry.
Prior to joining HMB, Meghan worked on corporate and real estate matters with a focus on industrial property and development. She also interned for in-house counsel for a national general contractor and for Illinois Supreme Court Justice Anne Burke.
Responsive & Focused Communication
Clients appreciate Meghan’s ability to quickly and plainly communicate solutions to intricate legal problems by anticipating their questions before they are asked.
University of Miami, Bachelor of Arts English Literature, 2015, All-ACC Academic Athlete
Loyola University Chicago School of Law, JD, 2018
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