Tim Davis Accepted as Fellow into the American College of Mortgage Attorneys
Tim Davis, Partner and Vice Chair of the Business Department, has been accepted as a Fellow into the American College of Mortgage Attorneys (ACMA), a national invitation-only organization formed to establish an integrated group of lawyers in each state who are highly skilled and experienced in real estate lending and related practices. He will be officially welcomed to the organization at the ACMA 2017 Board of Regents Meeting on March 3rd.
Tim was nominated to the College by a longtime firm client. Fellow White and Williams Partner Tom Rogers, who has been an ACMA Fellow since 2003, and other influential industry leaders provided letters of recommendation. Qualifications for election as a Fellow include substantial experience in real estate law as well as demonstrated investment in the profession through written publications, speaking and teaching engagements, bar association activities, and community involvement.
Tim has over 25 of experience representing insurance companies, banks and investment funds in a wide variety of real estate finance transactions, including first mortgage loans, participations, mezzanine loans, "B" notes and preferred equity investments. He has devoted significant time to helping others in the profession by serving as an active panelist, speaker and teacher on commercial mortgage lending issues at numerous professional seminars and has a reputation of being a team player with the highest of ethical standards.
Formed in 1974, the ACMA is comprised of more than 400 lawyers in North America who are experts in mortgage law. Fellows share a commitment to giving back to their profession, improving and reforming laws and procedures affecting real estate secured transactions, and raising the level of professionalism of lawyers practicing in this area.
Fellows have distinguished themselves as practitioners in the field of real estate mortgage law through their skills and practice experience, bar association activities, lecturing, authoring articles and program materials, participation in the legislative process, and writing briefs and/or arguing cases that are significant to mortgage transactions.
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