Haley Frank


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Haley Frank assists clients with commercial finance and real estate transactions. Her practice primarily involves:

  • Representing developers, investors and owners in the acquisition, financing, disposition, and leasing of real property.
  • Representing borrowers and lenders in financing transactions, including acquisition and construction loans, term loan facilities, asset-based secured financings and revolving credit facilities.

Haley also collaborates with the firm’s Corporate & Securities Practice Group on corporate transactions, such as mergers and acquisitions, for public and private companies, which involve financing and real estate issues.

Haley earned her law degree from Vanderbilt Law School and a B.S. in advertising management from The University of Texas at Austin. During law school, Haley served as a legal intern for Disability Rights Tennessee, working on cases related to the protection of rights for Tennesseans with disabilities and with the Turner Family Community Enterprise clinic, assisting local nonprofits with entity formation, governance, and risk management.