Alison Woodrow has a wide range of experience in the practice of commercial real estate law. She has represented real estate developers and investors in all phases of complex real estate deals, including the acquisition of raw land and development sites, from point of the purchase agreement through the due diligence phase, closing the acquisition, debt and equity financing and assisting with a variety of issues which often arise during project construction and development, and the eventual disposition of the completed projects. Ms. Woodrow also has broad experience in the acquisition and disposition of developed properties of all types, including retail, office, mixed-use, condominium and industrial properties, often involving large portfolios of developed properties located throughout the country.

She has extensive experience representing both landlords and tenants in the negotiation of office, retail and industrial leases as well as the negotiation of a variety of landlord/tenant disputes and lease enforcement issues. Additionally, Ms. Woodrow has advised borrowers and commercial lenders and managed the closings of numerous construction loans, permanent loans and loan modifications pertaining to commercial properties in Atlanta and throughout the southeastern United States.

In addition to her professional practice, Alison has represented the Commission on Homelessness with facilities development, Habitat for Humanity in residential real estate closings, and Camp Twin Lakes in the acquisition of land for campgrounds.


  • Student Writing Editor of The Mercer Law Review
  • Represented a developer in the drafting and negotiating of leases for a 35,000 square foot retail center and several 100,000+ square foot office buildings located in the metropolitan Atlanta area
  • Served as outside counsel for a national/international retailer with regard to all leasing matters related to the retailer’s factory facilities and retail stores located across the United States and Canada


  • Student Writing Editor of The Mercer Law Review


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Commercial Real Estate


  • Mercer University, Walter F. George School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2000
  • Rhodes College, B.A. in English and History, cum laude, 1997