Brianne Boyle represents mortgage lenders in commercial real estate financing transactions.
Brianne previously represented corporate debtors, creditors' committees, and lenders in Chapter 11 cases. She prepared pleadings, assessed corporate documents and structure, and assisted in negotiating and drafting term sheets and plans of reorganization.
During law school, Brianne worked as a student attorney in the University of Baltimore School of Law Community Development Clinic. In that role, she represented nonprofit and community advocacy group clients in structuring, formation, and tax-exemption matters.
American Bar Association, Member
Board Memberships & Community Service
International Women's Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation, Board Member
"Recent Development: Waterkeeper Alliance, Inc. v. Maryland Department of Agriculture: A Judicial Decision is Appealable Only If It Constitutes a Final Judgment or If the Decision Falls Within One of the Three Categorical Exceptions Permitting Interlocutory Appeals," University of Baltimore Law Forum, Vol. 45 No.2, Spring 2015
University of Baltimore School of Law (J.D., magna cum laude, 2016)
Associate Editor, University of Baltimore Law Forum
Member and Liaison, Jessup International Moot Court Team
Recipient, Royal Shannonhouse Honor Society Scholarship
University of Maryland (B.S., Mathematics, 2010)