Rebecca Hamrin counsels a wide range of clients and is experienced in all phases of commercial real estate law and finance, including sales transactions, acquisitions, development, leasing, and financing transactions.
Her experience includes representing developers in ground lease negotiations in connection with mixed use development, representing charter schools in their purchase and leasing of school buildings, representing national clients in their purchases and sales of commercial properties throughout the Midwest and assisting clients in their applications for property tax exemptions. In addition, Rebecca represents tenants and landlords in negotiating commercial leases for a broad range of applications, such as office, warehousing, manufacturing, hospitality and retail uses.
Another significant part of Rebecca’s practice is representing lenders and borrowers in commercial real estate transactions, including several multi-million dollar refinancing transactions, and other forms of alternative financing, such as tax credit financing matters.
Prior to returning to Godfrey & Kahn, Rebecca spent three years at the University of Oklahoma College of Law, where she was a Director of Master Legal Studies and Associate Director of the Pro Bono and Public Interest Programs and Career Development.
Admitted To Practice
American Bar Association
Milwaukee Bar Association
State Bar of Wisconsin
Ice Age Trail Alliance, Inc. – Member, Land Conservation Committee and former Member, Board of Directors
Oklahoma Access to Justice Commission – former Commissioner
Betty Brinn Children’s Museum – former Member, Board of Directors
Juris Doctor, University of Wisconsin Law School, cum laude
Bachelor of Arts, Marquette University, magna cum laude