Carol Greer is a creative, business-minded attorney who is passionate about empowering her clients. She works collaboratively with entrepreneurs and other professionals in designing and building solutions to provide economic growth and other meaningful community impacts.
Carol is fiercely motivated by helping women and minorities gain financial independence by optimizing strategies, deal making, and education.
Carol’s lifelong thirst for knowledge was to gain an understanding of how people generated wealth, and how business works. She loves problem-solving, investing in the diversity of ideas and building systems that help entrepreneurs achieve their dreams. To that end, she attended business school and the IU Kelley School of Business and graduated with a BS in Marketing and a minor in economics. Then, at law school at the IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Carol focused her studies on international business and graduated with a J.D. and a Corporate Commercial Law Graduate Certificate in 2017. Carol also 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 helped organize the largest fundraiser in the school’s history and was a semifinalist in a national negotiation competition on behalf of the law school.
Prior to attending law school, Carol provided a variety of services to professionals and entrepreneurs in business planning, raising capital, real estate, and designing marketing plans.
When she has downtime, Carol enjoys impromptu dance parties at the Greer house with her three daughters, hiking through Indiana State Parks, and painting.
 International Personality Rights and Holographic Portrayals, 27 Indiana International & Comparative Law Review, (2017)