Chambliss Law Firm Adds Paralegal To Real Estate Group

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, P.C. announces Rachel Allred joined the firm’s Commercial Real Estate and Business Sections as a paralegal. 

“We are pleased to welcome Rachel to our real estate team,” said Michael Stewart, real estate section chair and shareholder at Chambliss. “Rachel has a well-rounded skill set and she brings a broad range of real estate and transactional experience to the Chambliss team. The addition of Rachel will allow our firm to continue to serve our clients in an effective and efficient manner.”

Ms. Allred assists clients with the acquisition, development, management and leasing of commercial real estate properties by drafting agreements, reviewing title and assisting with due diligence. She also works in the Business Sector assisting clients with forming, growing or dissolving their businesses, and researching tax and corporate compliance matters.

She previously worked as a legal clerk in transactional law for Apperson Crump PLC in Memphis. In this position, Ms. Allred assisted with commercial real estate acquisitions and dispositions, representing buyers and sellers in multi-million dollar hotel, multi-family and commercial retail developments. 

Ms. Allred earned a juris doctor degree from the University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law. During her time at the University of Memphis, Ms. Allred received the CALI Award for the Elder Law Clinic, awarded to the highest scoring student in the program. Ms. Allred also graduated from Vanderbilt University with a bachelor's degree in human and organizational development and a minor in corporate strategy.



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