Ms. Woolsey represents banks and other institutional lenders in handling the documentation, due diligence and negotiation of a broad range of real estate transactions, focusing on multifamily affordable housing developments financed with low-income housing tax credits and tax-exempt bonds.
Throughout her career, she has handled the origination and closing of hundreds of complex real-estate secured transactions. She has also represented lenders in negotiating real estate loan workouts and non-judicial foreclosures.
Ms. Woolsey received her J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center. While in law school, Ms. Woolsey served as the student note editor on the Georgetown Immigration Law Journal and participated in the Family Advocacy Clinic assisting families with special needs children. She has successfully represented a victim of domestic violence obtain immigration benefits under the Violence Against Women Act and assisted multiple families in completing the adoption of children from the foster care system.
Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., 2005
Georgetown University, B.A. English, Minor, Art History, 2001
Prior Law Firm Experience
Richter & Hampton LLP