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Attorney Bios

Steven C. Kiser

Steve Kiser has 40 years of experience as a transactional real estate attorney. He began his career at a boutique firm in Los Angeles, representing clients from the entertainment business, professional athletes and high net worth individuals in real estate and business transactions and litigation. He moved to Newport Beach in 1983 to serve as Vice President and General Counsel for a multifamily housing investment and management company with properties in the western United States. Mr. Kiser started a private law practice in 1986, and has since then devoted himself to advising clients in a wide spectrum of real estate related matters.

Mr. Kiser is a graduate of UCLA Law, where he was a member of Law Review and focused elective coursework in real estate and business related subjects. His undergraduate education was in business management, followed by an MBA from the University of Maryland.

He has served his community as Chairman of the Newport Beach Planning Commission and through participation in various community organizations. He is a member of the Real Property Law and Business Law sections of the California Lawyers Association.

Lauren E. McGilvray

Lauren McGilvray joined the firm in 2011, shortly after graduating from Tulane Law School. She received her undergraduate education from Vanderbilt University, where she graduated magna cum laude as an Economics major and member of the Vanderbilt Honor Council. Mrs. McGilvray's practice focuses on transactional real estate matters.

Mrs. McGilvray was born and raised in Newport Beach, California. She is a member of the Real Property Law and Business Law sections of the California Lawyers Association.

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