Julie A. Schoepf Accepted into American College of Mortgage Attorneys

April 21, 2015News Releases
Dinsmore & Shohl’s Julie A. Schoepf has been accepted as a Fellow in the American College of Mortgage Attorneys (ACMA).

ACMA Fellows are considered to be the best of the best in the mortgage law industry. To be considered for membership, attorneys must meet rigorous criteria to demonstrate a significant real estate mortgage practice and also be nominated by an ACMA Fellow.

Schoepf practices in the area of commercial lending, real estate and mergers and acquisitions. She represents numerous banking institutions and life insurance companies in connection with negotiating and closing commercial, multi-state loans secured by real estate and personal property. She has significant experienced in the area of commercial construction lending.

“ACMA is an extremely exclusive group that only considers those who have distinguished themselves among their peers, and Julie certainly lives up to their high standards for membership,” said Joanne Schreiner, Commercial Finance Group Chair and AMCA Ohio State Chair. “She will be a great addition to AMCA, and I’m happy she will be joining me as a Fellow.”

Schoepf’s corporate practice includes stock/asset purchases of diverse operating entities, including all related due diligence. She is an Adjunct Professor teaching a class on Legal Issues of Real Estate Investments for the University of Cincinnati’s College of Business.

Schoepf earned her J.D. from Northern Kentucky University’s Chase College of Law, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. She has also served as President of the Board of Governors of the Chase College of Law Alumni Association. Schoepf also received her Bachelor of Science from Northern Kentucky University.

About American College of Mortgage Attorneys
Formed in 1974, the American College of Mortgage Attorneys (ACMA) represents more than 400 lawyers in North America who are experts in the mortgage law industry. Our Members (Fellows) share a commitment to giving back to their industry, improving and reforming laws and procedures affecting real estate secured transactions, and raising the level of professional responsibility of lawyers practicing in this area.