Carol J. Greer works with clients on business and estate planning. She is passionate about designing strategic solutions for business owners and leaders who desire to perpetually provide i) foundational economic growth in their community, ii) a force of productive employees with a “we can” mentality, and iii) diversified growth.
Carol graduated from the IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law with a Corporate Commercial Law Graduate Certificate. While in law school, Carol focused her studies on international business law. She served as the Executive Notes Editor of the Indiana International and Comparative Law Review in which she is published on the Right of Publicity. She was involved in many organizations including the Women’s Caucus serving as Auction Co-chair and the Hispanic Law Society.
Prior to law school, Carol graduated from the IU Kelley School of business with a B.S. in Marketing and a minor in Economics; and practiced consulting for small business owners regarding their business plans and marketing strategies. She also practiced in real estate sales honing in her skill for accurate comparative market analyses. Ultimately, she always knew she would become an attorney to better serve the public.
When she has downtime, Carol enjoys martial arts with her three daughters, impromptu dance parties at the Greer house, organizing fundraisers, hiking, and painting.