Gartland Profiled In University of Toledo College of Law Story Titled “Optimizing Flexibility Creates Rewarding & Expanding Practice”
Sheila Nolan Gartland, a partner in the Vorys Columbus office and a member of the finance, energy and real estate group, was profiled in a story for the University of Toledo College of Law alumni magazine titled “Optimizing Flexibility Creates Rewarding & Expanding Practice.”
The story states:
“Growing up with lawyers in the family, Sheila Nolan Gartland '86 was familiar with the legal profession but had not considered the law as an option for herself until later in college. Her strong desire to learn more beyond secondary education classes led her to explore and ultimately enroll in law school at The University of Toledo College of Law.
Sheila is a partner in the Columbus office of Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP and is a member of the finance, energy, and real estate group. Her practice focuses on general real estate, real estate development, and real estate financing. She also represents clients in the energy sector with oil and gas transactions, solar and wind farm development, and energy project financing.
Sheila has obtained great satisfaction from her legal career thus far. She says, ‘If I have been able to noodle through an issue and find resolution or the beginnings of a resolution, I am thrilled—it gives me energy. Also, the ability to work on amazing projects with equally amazing clients and co-workers makes slogging through tough matters that much easier. I would be remiss if I did not mention both sides of mentoring. Having been mentored by several terrific, patient, and giving lawyers, I am grateful to mentor other lawyers and hope that they benefit from the long line of mentors who impacted me.’”
To read the full interview on The University of Toledo College of Law website, click here.