Passionate about real estate law and the industry as a whole, Carrie Mayer prioritizes deal-making and putting her clients’ business objectives first. She is constantly striving to understand the big picture and to ensure a negotiation process that considers the needs of all deal constituents.
Carrie’s diligence and client-centered approach make her a trusted legal adviser. Carrie helps clients achieve their real estate development and investment goals, particularly in the areas of low-income housing tax credits (LIHTC), economic development, and real estate transactions.
Prior to joining Barnes & Thornburg, Carrie served as a signal officer in the U.S. Army, supporting coalition and joint special operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. Carrie currently serves in the U.S. Army Reserves as an interagency liaison for Joint Task Force-National Capital Region.
A combat veteran, Carrie approaches problems with both creativity and precise attention to detail, enabling her clients to make decisions with the utmost confidence.
Professional and Community Involvement
United States Army Reserve, Lieutenant Colonel
United States Army Meritorious Service Medal
United States Army Bronze Star