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“It’s a little more free-form thinking — it’s not just forms,” says Kathryn Kovitz Arnold, of a practice area that allows her to enjoy taking a project from plans on paper to shovels turning soil.

A shareholder at Shefsky & Froelich, Arnold has built a broad-based real estate practice over 22 years, guiding projects from concept to closeout. As head of the firm’s condominium practice group, she focuses on condominium law and oversees construction, financing, and leasing for clients.

“I like going out in the field, and I like touring existing buildings that we make mixed uses and separate ownership of,” says Arnold. Arnold says she particularly enjoyed working on a ertical division for the John Hancock building, just a few blocks from her office

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