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Linsey in Her Own Words

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"We would like to thank you for all the work you have put in on this. A year ago, it looked pretty hopeless but your expertise and attention to detail made all the difference. We cannot thank you enough."

Linsey R. Neyt

Real Estate

Linsey is a partner in the Real Estate group where she works with clients to make sure their real estate assets are furthering their business needs. Recognizing that for many companies having the right property can be key to the success of their business, she ensures that her clients are well positioned to plan for their future success by asking the right questions and advocating for her client's needs. Linsey represents both commercial landlords and tenants, helping them to plan for potential risk, future growth needs and eventual exit from the asset. Linsey enjoys educating her clients on market trends and finding alternative solutions to make sure they feel informed and protected. In addition, Linsey has helped buyers and sellers with acquisition and disposition of commercial properties in all asset classes with special emphasis on multi-family and single tenant properties.

One of Linsey's passions is process improvement and project management, and she has helped spearhead many of the firm's initiatives around these goals. By providing clients with detailed scope for their project, managing timelines and effectively delegating work, she is able to provide cost-efficient and timely results for her clients.


Education
Marquette University Law School, J.D., 2006
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, B.A. English, 2003
Certified Associate in Project Management, Project Management Institute
Bar Admissions
Illinois, 2006
Wisconsin, 2006
Illinois State Bar Association
Commercial Real Estate Executive Women (CREW)
2017 Co-Chair of the CREW Chicago Careers Committee
Real Estate Finance Forum
Chair of the Corporate Work-Study Committee for the Leadership Advisory Council for Cristo Rey

Q&A

What is your favorite quote?
"Work hard and be kind, and amazing things will happen." Conan O'Brien
What was your first job?
I worked at a one-screen movie theater in high school. No, not in the 50's. Just in a small town.
What's your favorite way to spend your time commuting?
I love listening to podcasts, especially true crime podcasts. It gives me access to an aspect of the law I didn't have the guts to pursue.

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