Carol Su has more than 10 years of experience representing national financial institutions in structuring, negotiating, and documenting real estate secured transactions as well as advising and assisting lenders with respect to troubled loans. Her experience spans all types of assets including office, industrial, storage facilities, retail, residential, low-income housing, and hotels.
Carol's primary focus includes construction lending, loan portfolios, lines of credit, syndicated loans, and secured and unsecured revolving facilities. Her experience also extends to the representation of financial institutions as the letter of credit provider, bond purchaser, bridge lender, permanent lender, and construction lender in tax-exempt bond financings of low-income housing projects.
She is LEED AP certified (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design). Carol participates as a mentor in the UCI Law Mentor Program and is a member of the Orange County Executive Advisory Council for Asian Americans Advancing Justice.
The following represents experience acquired prior to joining Jones Day.
Represented a construction lender in a $29 million facility to finance a medical center.
Represented a letter of credit provider and bond purchaser in a $44 million facility to finance a tax-exempt bond financing of a 335-unit affordable housing apartment complex.
Represented a national lender in a $61 million combined term, revolving, construction, and letter of credit facility in a workout restructuring and payoff.
- University of California, Davis (J.D. 2007; Witkin Award, Environmental Law; M.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering 2007); University of California, Irvine (B.S. in Environmental Engineering cum laude 2003; Tau Beta Pi National Engineering Honor Society; Chi Epsilon Civil Engineering Honor Society)