Atlanta-based Morris|Hardwick|Schneider, one of the largest real estate closing law firms in the country, have announced that Natalie Hardwick, Jeffrey Sandler and Cristina Hunt have been promoted to partner. "Maintaining our firm's leadership position in real estate closing services mandates that we stay ahead of ongoing developments in the law and regulations that govern our work. This commitment to excellence requires that we regularly assess the capabilities and talents of our professionals and, when appropriate, advance them to higher levels of responsibility so that their talents can be best used on behalf of our clients," said Nat Hardwick, M|H|S managing partner. "Natalie, Cristina and Jeff have amply proven themselves capable of handling the additional responsibilities of being partners. I'm excited to announce their promotions."
Hardwick joined Morris|Hardwick|Schneider in 1998 and she has been instrumental in helping to open the firm's offices in South Carolina and Florida. Currently, she manages the firm's Dunwoody Perimeter, Ga. office, focusing her practice on conventional residential closings. Hardwick is a member of the National Association of Professional Mortgage Women and the Georgia Real Estate Closing Attorneys Association. She received her BS degree from the University of South Carolina and earned her JD degree at South Texas College of Law. She is admitted to practice law in Georgia and South Carolina. In community activities, Hardwick enjoys volunteering through the Junior League of Atlanta, the LandCastle Title Foundation, various breast cancer research organizations
and the Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce.
Hunt joined Morris|Hardwick|Schneider in 2000 and currently manages the firm's Fayetteville Office, where she focuses her practice on conventional residential closings. She is active in the Georgia Real Estate Closing Attorneys Association, the Fayette Women's Council of Realtors, the Fayette County Board of Realtors and the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. She is a graduate of the University of Florida, and she earned her J.D. degree from Vermont Law School. She is admitted to practice law in Georgia, Florida and Tennessee.
Sandler joined Morris|Hardwick|Schneider in 2006 and currently manages the firm's Florida operations. He has held several positions of distinction in recent years, including serving as vice president of the Northdale Special Taxing District (2006-2007), mayor and vice mayor of Oldsmar, Fla. (1999-2001 and 1997-1999, respectively) and member of Oldsmar Florida City
Council (1996-1997). He earned both his BA and JD degrees from the University of Florida and is a member of the Florida Bar. Sandler's accomplishments were recognized by his alma mater when he was inducted into the University of Florida Hall of Fame. He is a volunteer with Bay Area Greyhound Adoptions and has served on the group's board of directors.
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