Emily Bowman represents financial institutions, including banks and insurance companies, and corporate clients in a variety of commercial and real estate lending and other real estate transactional matters. Emily also regularly issues legal opinions in connection with multi-state projects and as local counsel for transactions originated outside of Tennessee secured by real property located within the State. Her commercial and real estate lending practice includes representation of lenders and borrowers in negotiating, structuring and documenting construction and permanent financing of restaurants, shopping centers, office buildings and multi-family residential projects as well as working capital and general corporate loans. Emily also regularly advises financial institutions dealing with problem loans, documenting workouts and assumptions, pursuing collections and conducting foreclosure sales.
- Vanderbilt University Law School, J.D., 2000
- University of Tennessee, B.S., 1997,
summa cum laude