Kevin A.Woolf


Kevin helps his clients cut through the contract and email clutter to get deals done.

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Clients look to Kevin to help them with the purchase, sale, or lease of real property, personal property, technology, and services. As a transactional generalist, he collaborates with clients to design, refine, and execute high-volume projects.

Kevin has experience working opposite counsel of all stripes—from partners in the biggest firms to general counsel and solo practitioners. He rolls up his sleeves alongside his colleagues to negotiate common-sense, practical deals that advance the goals of all involved. Using the principles of Lean Six Sigma, Kevin addresses the big issues first, and then plots a course for the transaction that delivers the final product on-time and on-budget.

Kevin has helped clients, large and small, sort out and streamline their transactional processes. His early work with a well-known footwear brand client on their high-volume stream of tech contracts earned both the client and Seyfarth the Association of Corporate Counsel's coveted Value Champion Award in 2013.

Kevin also brings an element of design thinking to the deal. He considers how he can best format and frame documents to achieve successful outcomes. In his management, he uses the online Kanban tool, available to both the Seyfarth team and any member of the client team. This tool makes it easy to follow the progress via a color-coded online interface.

Kevin enjoys using his experience across countless industry verticals, where he has had the opportunity to learn from some of the brightest minds in the business. These interactions help clients achieve their transactional goals quickly and efficiently, while impressing their own business constituents. In Kevin's words, "I love making my clients look good to their clients."

  • JD, University of Georgia School of Law

    Cum laude
    Latin American Legal Studies Scholarship, co-founder & recipient
    Woodruff Scholarship recipient

  • BA, Oglethorpe University

    Summa cum laude
    Caux Scholar (Caux, Switzerland)
    James Edward Oglethorpe Faculty Cup recipient

  • Georgia
  • Illinois