Paula Landholm Kluksdal is co-chair of the firm’s banking practice group. Her practice entails real estate and finance, and she represents a wide variety of lenders and borrowers in the documentation and due diligence necessary for securitized lending, compliance with Idaho’s commercial lending regulations, loan documentation, and collection. She has extensive experience in the negotiation and drafting of legal opinions on commercial lending laws. She actively represents various municipalities and 501(c)(3) borrowers in the negotiation, documentation, and compliance in connection with public finance transactions.
Paula Kluksdal has significant experience in real estate transactions, including the negotiation of purchase and sale contracts, assignments, leases, and subleases, as well as resolution of property management issues (including the restrictive covenants and easements). She has facilitated numerous multi-million dollar real estate closings.
Paula recently became the first woman to receive the Idaho State Bar Richard C. Fields Award, which is given to honor those who provide the highest standard of service, professionalism, and leadership within the Idaho State Bar.
100+ megawatt wind turbine development spread over four counties, equity buy-in, and construction/term financing approaching $500 million
Due diligence, legal structure and legal opinion for numerous multi-million dollar transactions
Tax-exempt and municipal financings for numerous multi-million dollar transactions
- Banking Law
- Business Law
- Environmental and Renewable Energy Law
- Intellectual Property and Internet Law
- Real Estate Law
Idaho Women Lawyers, member
Idaho Partners Against Domestic Violence Executive Committee 2004-2014 and Committee Chair since 2005-2014
College of Idaho Board of Trustees
LAW SCHOOL: University of Idaho, J.D., summa cum laude, 1997
Editor in Chief, University of Idaho Law Review, 1996-1997
UNDERGRADUATE: Albertson College of Idaho, B.A., cum laude, 1994
Law Clerk, Honorable Cathy R. Silak, Idaho Supreme Court, 1997-1998