Elwood F. Cahill Jr.
Mr. Cahill is a member of the Firm's Business Group whose practice is concentrated in commercial real estate, business and finance law, as well as creditors' rights, workouts and foreclosures and commercial bankruptcy and other commercial transactions. Mr. Cahill practices before and works closely with political entities and public administrative boards and agencies at the local, parish (county) and state levels. Mr. Cahill is also a licensed title insurance agent in the State of Louisiana.
As part of his practice, Mr. Cahill is actively involved with many professional and trade organizations, including the American Bar Association’s Section of Business Law (where he presently serves as Vice Chair of the Real Estate Financing Subcommittee of the Commercial Finance Committee), the ABA's Real Property Probate & Trust Law Section (where he recently served as a Supervisory Council Member of the Section's Governing Council, as well as Chair of the Section’s Diversity Committee), the ABA’s Torts and Insurance (TIPS) Section (where he recently served as Vice Chair of that Section’s Title Insurance Litigation Committee), the American College of Real Estate Lawyers, the American Bankruptcy Institute, and the International Council of Shopping Centers, a trade association that represents the interests of those involved in the shopping center industry. Mr. Cahill is a past president of the Louisiana Bar Foundation, as well as a past member of the Board of Directors of the New Orleans Bar Association. Mr. Cahill also serves on the Loyola Law School Visiting Committee, whose purpose is to serve as an advisory and consultative group to the Dean of the Law School, bringing the perspective of alumni and other friends of the Law School to bear on matters of Law School policy, activities, programs and goals, and acts as an advocate to assist the Dean in advancing the interest of the school.
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