Chamberlain Hrdlicka’s Stephanie Friese Receives 2023 Georgia Titan 100 Honors

Stephanie Friese

ATLANTA, GA—Chamberlain Hrdlicka is pleased to announce that Stephanie Friese Aron, the Atlanta office co-managing shareholder, has earned recognition as a 2023 Georgia Titan 100, an honor that highlights Georgia’s top business leaders. Honorees will accept their awards during an April 27, 2023, event at Zoo Atlanta. The program will also debut the Titan 100 book, which will display Friese in a full-page profile among her fellow award recipients.

Friese serves in various leadership positions at Chamberlain Hrdlicka, including chair of the firm’s Real Estate Practice and a member of the firm’s Board of Directors. In these roles, she fosters collaboration across the firm’s four national offices, leading attorneys with strong backgrounds in real estate and other practice areas to provide effective counsel for clients on commercial real estate transactions. Under her leadership, the Atlanta office has grown by more than 21% in the last two years and is viewed as a driver of the firm’s transactional and tax practices growth.

As a highly-respected real estate attorney, Friese manages several aspects of commercial real estate transactions and has negotiated multimillion dollar contracts. She primarily works with landlords and represents Fortune 100 tenants in locations across the nation, as well as several Fortune 500 clients in leasing matters, acquisitions, and dispositions. Friese counsels clients involved in real estate litigation and dispute resolutions, including foreclosures, evictions and federal enforcement actions. Her clients typically own, develop and manage commercial office, retail, multifamily and industrial properties across the United States.

Friese earned her law degree from the University of Georgia School of Law and undergraduate degrees from Stetson University and Andrew College.

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