Attorneys

Kara M. Bailey

Kara M. Bailey

  • Associate

Kara Bailey is an associate on Rogers Townsend’s Business Banking and Professional Practices team. She advises and assists commercial developer clients with projects throughout South Carolina, including zoning and property tax valuation matters, easement instrument, condemnation pleading, and title opinion preparation related to utility services.

She represents lenders in commercial lending and in the sale of commercial REO property, holding entity formation and governing document preparation.

 

Education

University of South Carolina School of Law – J.D. 2014
-Dean’s List
-Cali Award Recipient

University of South Carolina – B.A. magna cum laude, 2010
-President’s List
-McKissick Scholarship
-Capstone Scholar

Memberships

  • CREW Midlands (Commercial Real Estate Women)
    Board of Directors

Community Involvement

  • United Way of the Midlands, Young Leaders Society
  • Junior Achievement, Elementary School Volunteer
  • Cinderella Project (SC Bar Young Lawyers)
  • Special Olympics volunteer
  • Meals on Wheels volunteer and workplace liaison

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