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Memphis Bar Foundation Welcomes Tricia Adrian as a 2024 Fellow

The Memphis Bar Foundation 2024 Fellows Reception was held recently at The University Club of Memphis and sponsored by Hobson Realtors. The Memphis Bar Foundation is the charitable foundation affiliated with the Memphis Bar Association. Tricia Adrian joins this prestigious group of individuals recognized for their service to the legal profession and the community.

“Being named a Memphis Bar Foundation Fellow is a tremendous honor,” says Terrence Reed, Fellows Selection Committee Chair. “Approximately 1% of Memphis area attorneys are invited to join the Memphis Bar Foundation Fellows each year.”

Adrian concentrates her practice in the areas of economic development, residential and commercial real estate, mergers and acquisitions, and commercial transactions. She has extensive experience in the preparation and structure of real estate acquisitions and dispositions, commercial loans, including real estate and asset-based loans, leasing transactions, and economic incentives, such as PILOTs, TIFs and CPACER programs. In addition, she represents both buyers and sellers in merger and acquisition transactions. From 2015 to 2021, she was listed as a Rising Star by Mid-South Super Lawyers for Real Estate Law. She was also recognized by Best Lawyers in 2024.

“It’s truly humbling to be recognized as a 2024 Fellow. I’m grateful for the opportunity to continue the important work we’ve been doing and excited to join this esteemed group,” said Adrian. “Together, we’ll contribute to the Foundation’s legacy of service, advocacy, and community empowerment.”

The Foundation annually nominates attorneys and judges to become Fellows. Nominees are chosen based on their devoted and distinguished service to the legal profession and the administration of justice and their adherence to the highest standards of professional ethics and personal conduct. Annually, the Foundation awards grants to non-profit organizations to support law-related projects and programs that fall within its mission. These grants would not be possible without the financial support of our Foundation’s Fellows.

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