Lisa D. Love is an attorney at Love and Long, LLP, a minority and woman-owned law firm, concentrating in corporate governance, contract law, corporate transactions, loans, mortgages and other types of debtand equity transactions and real estate transaction. Ms. Love has experience representing global, national and regional corporations and public agencies in corporate, finance, equity, mortgage and lending transactions. She has served as counsel to financial institutions, quasi-public and private development entities, Fortune 100 companies and other corporate entities.
Ms. Love was employed by Rosenman & Colin (now known as Katten Muchin Rosenman, LLP) where she gained extensive experience in the Corporate Department with an emphasis in mergers and acquisitions, private placements, public offerings, corporate finance and corporate governance. In addition, she has served as chief legal counsel to several public entities.
Ms. Love received her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and her B.S. from Northeastern University (magna cum laude). She is admitted to the bars in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia.
Lisa attributes her success to strong parents that emphasized education and excellence, an early insight into her purpose in life, her tenacious spirit and her persevering personality.
Lisa lives by the Thoreau quote that "if one advances confidently n the direction of her dreams, and endeavors to live the life which she has imagined, she will meet with a success unexpected in common hours."
Areas of Practice
Administrative & Regulatory
Banking & Financial Services
Mergers & Acquisitions
State & Local Government
Treasurer and Board Member, National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms (NAMWOLF) and Chair of Minority Issues and Advancement Subcommittee; former Co-Chair of the Transactional Practice Area of NAMWOLF; Fellow of the American College of Investment Counsel; Board Member and General Counsel of African-American Museum in Philadelphia; Vice-Chair Board and Chair of Governance Committee of Newark Arts Council; Member, National Bar Association, Commercial Law and Corporate Law Sections; and Member – Supreme Court of New Jersey District Ethics Committee (2004 – 2007)
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