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Sarah Zach Honored as Up & Coming Attorney by Minnesota Lawyer


Sarah Zach, an attorney in Lindquist & Vennum’s real estate practice group, has been named by Minnesota Lawyer one of Minnesota’s Up & Coming attorneys for 2014. The annual listing honors lawyers who distinguish themselves in their first 10 years of practice through professional accomplishment, leadership and service to the community and the legal profession.

Zach was recognized for her work with a variety of clients who are actively changing the Twin Cities landscape with  large-scale real estate purchases and developments. Recently she has helped represent both local and national multi-family developers in numerous multimillion-dollar financing and refinancing deals; reviewing and resolving a variety of title and survey issues, working with city officials to get necessary approvals, and ensuring the array of lender requirements are fulfilled.

Additionally, Zach is actively involved in the Twin Cities legal community. She is a member of the NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association’s Developing Leaders and Co-Chair of the NAIOP Developing Leaders Educational Series Committee. She regularly offers pro bono services by staffing the Hennepin County Court Housing Clinic, and she serves as a member of Lindquist’s Firm Recruitment Committee and Standing Associates Committee.

"I am honored to be named an Up & Coming Attorney by Minnesota Lawyer," said Zach. “I have been fortunate to work with outstanding attorneys, clients and professionals in the real estate industry, and I look forward to many more years of hard work and fun in the practice of law.”

Zach graduated from Hamline University School of Law and received her bachelor's degree from the University of Wisconsin.

Read Zach’s profile featured in Minnesota Lawyer.

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