Amanda R. Lack
Amanda Lack is an associate in our Business Section.
Amanda’s practice includes commercial real estate, including acquisitions and sales, financing, and leasing. She assists clients with negotiating and closing commercial real estate transactions, including drafting asset purchase agreements and loan documents. Amanda also helps clients with every aspect of obtaining title insurance, including analyzing risk and negotiating with other parties to obtain consents for issuances of final policies and removal of exceptions prior to closing. Amanda also practices banking, finance, and corporate law.
Amanda graduated magna cum laude from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law and was a member of the Loyola Law Review. She serves as a mentor for Loyola Law’s Entrepreneurship Project, a program through which current students help local community start-ups with various legal tasks.
Before joining the firm, Amanda practiced commercial real estate law at another New Orleans firm.
J.D., magna cum laude, from Loyola University College of Law, 2018
- Member of the Loyola Law Review
Publications / Presentations
- Do Water Meter, Water Lines Create a Predial Servitude by Destination of Owner?, Louisiana Bar Journal, Trusts, Estate, Probate, & Immovable Property Law Section, June/July 2019 Issue
- Who Owns the Life Station? and How Much Incapacity is Required to Be Forced Heir?, Louisiana Bar Journal, Trusts, Estate, Probate, & Immovable Property Law Section, April/May 2019 Issue
- Effects of a Will If Notary Only Attests to Authenticity of Signatures and Templeton v. Jarreau: When is a Servitude by Implication Created?, Louisiana Bar Journal, Trusts, Estate, Probate, & Immovable Property Law Section, February/March 2019 Issue