August 14, 2020 – Ulmer & Berne LLP is pleased to share that attorney Ray Seiler has been named to the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association (CMBA)’s Leadership Academy Class of 2020-2021. Seiler is part of a diverse group of attorneys chosen by the CMBA to participate in this selective and highly-regarded 10-month leadership and professional development program.
The CMBA Leadership Academy focuses on honing participants’ leadership skills and expanding their professional network. The program delivers individual leadership and emotional intelligence assessments with one-on-one follow-up, goal-setting exercises with individual coaching opportunities, hands-on instruction from local industry experts in leadership and professional development, exposure to legal and community leaders, and opportunities to serve the community through special pro bono projects.
Seiler is an experienced real estate attorney who advises clients in all phases of commercial real estate leasing, acquisition, disposition, management, development, and financing. He also assists skilled nursing and assisted living facility owners and operators with the real estate aspects of acquisitions, divestitures, and leases of long-term care facilities. Seiler has extensive experience representing mineral owners, as well as oil and gas exploration and production companies, in the negotiation of oil and gas leases and the analysis of mineral title issues. He uses his unique background to help clients confront and resolve complex real estate issues and help them achieve their goals.
The CMBA’s Leadership Academy 2020-2021 program begins this September and will conclude with commencement in June next year. In its fourth year, the CMBA Leadership Academy continues to support the leadership and professional development of attorneys with a demonstrated passion for the profession and civic engagement, a genuine commitment to expanding leadership development, and an excitement for building relationships with a broad cross-section of lawyers and leaders in greater Cleveland.