Washington University School of Law,
J.D., cum laude, 2018
University of New Mexico,
B.A. Philosophy and Political Science, magna cum laude, 2015
Thompson Coburn LLP
Associate, 2018 - Present
Summer Associate, 2016 – 2017
Eric R. Hall, Attorney at Law
Legal Assistant Paralegal, 2012 – 2015
Spenser assists lenders, owners, and developers in a wide variety of real-estate-related transactional matters, including commercial acquisitions and sales, leasing, and traditional and tax-credit financing. Spenser lends a careful eye to documenting the details of each and every step of the deal, all while focusing on the larger context of the transaction.
Spenser frequently represents real estate lenders and has developed experience in representing lenders in connection with commercial real-estate-secured credit facilities as well as transactions financed with New Markets Tax Credits. Spenser also assists in the preparation and negotiation of leases for commercial, industrial, and medical use.
Amid the growing national market for medical cannabis, Spenser helps clients address licensing and real estate issues related to the medical cannabis and industrial hemp industries, including zoning and leasing matters. He also provides advice on substantive aspects of state and federal regulations affecting businesses and property owners in the medical cannabis and industrial hemp spaces.
High Priorities: Land Use, Marijuana, and Meta-Values
10 Wash. U. Jur. Rev. 293
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