About Nan

Nan Feng is an associate in Stoel Rives’ Real Estate group. She has experience assisting clients with commercial real estate matters, including sales and acquisitions, lending and financing, leasing, affordable housing, and due diligence review.

Nan first joined the firm as a summer associate in 2016. During Law school, she worked in Seattle, Washington, as a legal intern for Amazon Corporate LLC (2015-2016) and as a legal extern for Starbucks Coffee Company (2015). Prior to law school, Nan received her Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from the University of Florida (2007) and was a water/wastewater treatment process design engineer for Jones Edmunds & Associates, Inc. (2007-2012).

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  • Assisted real estate developers and investors in connection with the refinancing of multiple affordable housing projects.
  • Worked with sellers on the sale of office properties and multifamily apartment in Washington and Illinois, prepared closing documents, and coordinated closing.
  • Assisted private property owner in the transition of property management for a 12-property affordable housing portfolio in Texas.
  • Drafted a variety of real estate documents including purchase and sale agreements, lease agreements, loan documents, and easements.
  • Conducted legal research and analysis for a variety of real estate and land use issues and performed title review and due diligence investigations.
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Honors & Activities

  • CALI Excellence for the future awards in Environmental Law Fundamentals, Legal Writing I, Legal Writing II, Contracts, Remedies, and Bar Exam Strategies & Skills
  • Washington State Law Scholar (scholarship recipient), Seattle University School of Law
  • King County Bar Foundation Scholar (scholarship recipient), Seattle University School of Law
  • Dean’s List, Seattle University School of Law, 2014-2017
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Insights & Presentations

Insights & Presentations

  • “The Recent Enactment of National Mandatory GMO Labeling Law: Superior to A Voluntary Labeling Scheme but Unlikely to End the Labeling Controversy,” 40 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 821, 2017
  • “Removal of Phyto-accessible Copper from Contaminated Soils Using Zero Valent Iron Amendment and Magnetic Separation Methods: Assessment of Residual Toxicity Using Plant and MetPLATETM Studies” (Nan Feng et al.), 219 ENVTL. POLLUTION 9, 2016
  • “Toxicological Approach for Assessing the Heavy Metal Binding Capacity of Soils (Nan Feng et al.), 16 SOILS & SEDIMENT CONTAMINATION 451, 2007
  • “Heavy Metal Removal from Soils Using Magnetic Separation: 1. Laboratory Experiments (Nan Feng et al.), 35 CLEAN-SOIL, AIR, WATER 362, 2007

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