Advised clients on approximately $10 billion in loan originations in 2021
Represented $2 billion in syndicated financing in Blackstone's American Campus Communities' acquisition
As Partner with Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft, Holly Chamberlain represents lenders in financing a range of properties. These include office, retail, hotel, multifamily, industrial and skilled nursing facilities through single-asset to multi-state and multi-property transactions.
In 2021, she advised clients on approximately $10 billion in loan originations. So far in 2022, her efforts included representing $2 billion in syndicated financing connected to American Campus Communities’ acquisition by Blackstone Funds.
She is the lead partner for the firm’s Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) in Charlotte, which encourages mentoring, networking, recruiting, promotion, sponsorship and training for women attorneys. She’s an active mentor within the firm’s influential sponsorship program, which was recognized by the Reuters Legal news service. She’s also an active member of the CREFC Women’s Network.
Honors include recognition as a leading real estate lawyer by Chambers USA, and recipient of Connect Media’s inaugural Lawyers in Real Estate award. She has been Law360’s MVP for “Real Estate,” and selected by IFLR1000 as a leading real estate practitioner. Chamberlain has also been named a “recommended” attorney for Real Estate Finance’s “Legal 500 United States.”
These are some of the reasons why we are honoring Holly Chamberlain with Connect CRE’s 2022 Atlanta & Southeast Lawyers in Real Estate Award. The award celebrates real estate attorneys who have distinguished themselves in their practice and the larger community.
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