Real Estate Breakfast & Business Cards

Time: Tuesday, September 27 | 7:30 - 9:00 AM
Location: W&M Washington Center | 1779 Massachusetts Ave NW, Suite 705

Michael Steelman, Alumni Career Management & Professional Networks

This breakfast series is designed to bring together W&M alumni professionals for industry focused networking.   Join us for a breakfast with fellow alumni professionals in the Commercial Real Estate industry!  Whether you are looking for new business opportunities or simply want to connect and learn industry trends with W&M alumni, don’t miss this networking breakfast and panel with leading experts in the field. 

Cost: $10 (includes breakfast)

Event Program:
7:30 – 8 AM – Breakfast and Networking
8 – 8:30 AM – Panel
8:30 – 9 AM – Networking

About the Panelists:

Mike Lubeley, ' 69, JD '72
Shareholder of Walsh, Colucci, Lubeley, & Walsh  

Mike is a Shareholder of WCL&W’s Prince William office and is one of Northern Virginia’s most recognizable land use attorneys. Mike is an expert in zoning, land use, commercial real estate, and business law, and has been at the forefront of numerous controversial and successful rezonings in Prince William and Stafford Counties. He is known not only for being involved in a substantial number of successful rezonings, but also for the size and significance of those rezonings, which include several large, mixed-use projects. In addition to practicing law, Mike has taught real estate and business law for the Virginia Farm and Land Institute and Northern Virginia Community College.  Mike is a member of the Boards of Directors of Burke and Herbert Bank and Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center

Meghan Hottel-Cox, ‘ 10 
Associate at Goulston & Storrs

Meghan Hottel-Cox is an Associate in the Real Estate group of Goulston & Storrs. She focuses her practice on land use transactions as well as sales, acquisitions, leasing and financing of commercial real estate properties. She has assisted clients with both single-asset and portfolio transactions over multiple jurisdictions. Meghan also serves as a Professorial Lecturer in Law at The George Washington University Law School, teaching legal research and writing.