Mary concentrates her practice in commercial real estate. She assists developers, owners, lenders, landlords and tenants in structuring and negotiating a variety of real estate transactions, including land acquisitions and dispositions, financing, development and leasing.
While in law school she received three CALI Awards for Academic Excellence, a High Pro Bono Distinction award, the Jeremy Govekar Endowment Scholarship and the Arizona State University Dean’s Recruitment Award. As a member of the Arizona State Law Journal her comment was selected for publication and she served as an associate editor.
- Representation of land developers and owners in real estate acquisitions, dispositions and financings
- Facilitation of like-kind exchanges under Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code, as well as other tax-favorable techniques
- Formation of joint ventures, limited liability companies and partnerships for the purpose of acquiring, financing and developing real estate
- Representation of landlords in negotiating and drafting office, industrial and retail leases
- North Carolina
- Author, "How Affidavit of Merit Requirements are Ruining Arizona’s Medical Liability System", Arizona State Law Journal, Spring 2014
Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of LawJD
cum laude, Dean’s List, Pedrick Scholar, Associate Editor, Arizona State Law Journal2014
University of Wisconsin – La CrosseBAEnglish with rhetoric and writing emphasis, Communication minor
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Selected for inclusion in Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch, Real Estate Law, 2024