Hallie Fisher focuses her legal practice on all aspects of commercial real estate, including the acquisition, disposition, financing, leasing and management of various commercial property types. She excels in helping her clients understand the many nuances associated with complex title issues that often arise with large properties. Hallie frequently handles restaurants, shopping centers, industrial parks, senior living facilities, and hospitality and leisure assets.
Another significant portion of Hallie’s practice is devoted to education law, with an emphasis on providing legal representation to private schools on a variety of compliance matters. She also regularly counsels religious organizations regarding legal risks and compliance issues. Additionally, Hallie advises clients on structuring and executing legally compliant contests, sweepstakes and other promotions, including games of chance or skill.
In the community, Hallie serves on the executive committee and chairs the development committee of Seniors First, the largest social services organization in Greater Orlando providing direct service to the community’s vulnerable elderly. She is also the membership chair of the NAIOP Developing Leaders (NDL) of Central Florida Chapter, a sub-chapter of NAIOP that prepares today’s commercial real estate young professionals to positively impact the Central Florida community.
A triple graduate of Duke University, Hallie received her undergraduate, master’s and juris doctor degrees from the university, where she was staff editor of both the Journal of Gender Law and Policy and the Environmental Law and Policy Forum. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, baking, and being outdoors.