Commercial Real Estate Attorney
“A sense of humor reminds us that
no matter how elevated the throne we occupy,
we sit upon our ‘okole.”
I’m also an attorney. Typically, lawyers aren’t perceived as being a million laughs. Legal work seems too serious, too weighty. And sometimes it challenges the practitioner’s ability to make human connections.
So, I don’t take myself too seriously. And I identify with Gandhi’s declaration that, “If I had no sense of humor, I would long ago have committed suicide.”
Make no mistake; I take my work very seriously.
But I find humor in it, too.
Commercial Real Estate Taken Seriously
Nancy Grekin is an attorney who specializes in commercial real estate law, concentrating on four areas:
Her educational and professional accomplishments are compiled in a linked curriculum vitae. The awarding of her Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree from The University of Michigan, magna cum laude; her membership on relevant committees of the American and Hawaii Bar Associations dating to 1976;
and her authorship of a landmark book on 1031 exchanges highlight them.
Beyond professional, she is a delight to work with.