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 have a sense of humor. Most folks do. But I’m a person who sees that trait as a defining aspect of my life.
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.