Wendy Proctor Of Chattanooga Among 22 Partners Husch Blackwell Adds

  • Thursday, December 19, 2019

Wendy M. Proctor of Chattanooga is among 22 attorneys Husch Blackwell announced they are adding to the firm’s partnership, effective Jan. 1, 2020.

“Congratulations to these 22 attorneys as they transition to the next level of their careers with Husch Blackwell,” said Chairman Greg Smith and Chief Executive Paul Eberle. “We’re proud to note that nearly 60 percent of this class is comprised of women. Each of these individuals has earned a place in our partnership by providing an exceptionally high level of commitment to our firm and to our clients.”

Ms. Proctor specializes in real estate, development & construction.  "Wendy concentrates her practice on negotiating complex lease agreements for clients across the nation. She represents landlords, developers and tenants in a broad range of market areas, from big-box retail concepts, restaurants, ground-up developments, redevelopments and ground leases," officials said. "In addition to counseling retail leasing clients, Wendy also negotiates leases for office, healthcare, industrial and warehouse uses."

Ms. Proctor earned her J.D. from the University of Tennessee College of Law, her M.B.A. from Rockhurst University and her B.A. magna cum laude from the University of St. Thomas.

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