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Kathleen Harrison


Kathleen Harrison represents developers in obtaining financing through the EB-5 immigrant investor program for the development of hotels, multi-family and mixed-use developments throughout the U.S

Professional Biography

Ms. Harrison's practice involves the drafting and review of securities offering documents, including private placement memoranda, subscription agreements and corporate organizational documents, as well as the drafting and review of regional center sponsorship agreements and investor procurement agreements. 

She works closely with client representatives to prepare clear and comprehensive project documentation for investors' use in their I-526 and I-829 filings that accurately evidences compliance with EB-5 requirements.  Ms. Harrison has represented clients in successfully obtaining regional center and project approvals and overcoming complex USCIS requests for evidence challenging project-related aspects of filings originated by others.  She has experience coordinating with other professionals in the disciplines of securities law, real estate, tax, health care and corporate finance, to serve her clients. 

Additionally, Ms. Harrison counsels clients on FDA regulations and has experience with transactions involving products and companies subject to FDA regulations.   

While in law school, Ms. Harrison served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Curtis L. Collier in the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Tennessee.


  • Emory University School of Law, J.D., 2015, with honors
    • Notes and Comments Editor – Emory Law Journal
    • Recipient – State Bar of Georgia Labor Law Section Award for Outstanding Achievement in Labor Law
  • Miami University, B.F.A., 2012, cum laude


  • Tennessee, 2015

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