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Kellie McGowan, a native of Doylestown, is a member of Eastburn and Gray's Real Estate, Banking, and Land Use and Zoning practice areas.
Kellie represents individuals and businesses in Pennsylvania and New Jersey residential and commercial real estate transactions, including sales and acquisitions, leasing, foreclosures and short sales, and other matters involving legal issues relating to the use and ownership of real estate.
In her banking practice, she represents financial institutions in the structuring, negotiating, and closing of business and commercial real estate loan transactions. She has experience in all aspects of commercial transactions, including due diligence, title review, financing structure and transaction documentation, and works to ensure a smooth, efficient and successful closing.
In addition to her active real estate and banking practices, Kellie participates in a broad range of land use matters, such as securing subdivision and land development approvals for residential and commercial clients; zoning hearing board applications; zoning map and text amendments; and challenges to the validity of zoning ordinances. Her experience includes participation in successful appeals in the courts of common pleas, as well as appeals to the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
A sampling of Kellie's accomplishments include:
Kellie is a member of the Bucks County Bar Association and the Pennsylvania Bar Association.
Kellie is admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar, the New Jersey Bar and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Kellie earned her law degree from Temple University’s Beasley School of Law, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She earned her undergraduate degree in Political Science and Environmental Studies cum laude from Muhlenberg College. While at Muhlenberg, she worked as a teaching assistant in the College’s Political Science department and gained legal experience working in the legal department at Air Products and Chemicals, Allentown, Pennsylvania, and with the public interest group, Public Citizen, in Washington D.C. She enjoys traveling and has participated in study abroad programs in Cornwall, England and Rome, Italy.
Kellie was a member and Note and Comment Editor for the Temple International & Comparative Law Journal from 2002-2004. Her article titled "Following the Money Trail: Can American Lawyers Use American and International Discovery Procedures to Prove the Link between International Terrorist Acts and Financiers?" was published in the Temple International & Comparative Law Journal.
Kellie is an active member of the Board of Directors of the Lenape Valley Foundation where she was honored by the Board of Directors as the recipient of the 2016 President’s Award for her enthusiastic commitment to the development of The Lodge at Lenape Valley Foundation.