Lillie Eyrich is an attorney in the real estate practice at The Steeg Law Firm, L.L.C., a full-service, boutique business law firm with decades of experience in commercial and residential real estate transactions, both large and small, and complex business deals throughout Greater New Orleans, Louisiana and Texas.
Best Lawyers of America and New Orleans Magazine have consistently recognized Lillie as one of the top real estate attorneys in Louisiana and New Orleans. Her expertise is in title insurance law, secured transactions and title examination. Her professional memberships include Louisiana State Bar Association Committee on Title Standards and Louisiana Land Title Association Legislative Committee since 2002. In the past, she has served on both the State Bar Association Committee on Title Standards and the Louisiana Land Title Association Legislative Committee.
Lillie’s extensive experience in title insurance and her professional commitments to this area of law are only rivaled by her passion for her chosen practice. As she says, “I enjoy the historical aspects of title work and the puzzles it involves, piecing together the solutions to title issues. I get professional satisfaction knowing that I have helped my clients achieve their objectives in their real estate transactions. As lawyers we do provide a valuable service in the flow of real estate, which is a major component of our economy.”
A New Orleans native and a graduate of Tulane University Law School, Lillie has shown a financial commitment to local organizations such as the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra and Bridge House, as well as national organizations such as Second Harvest, Alzheimer’s Association, American Diabetes Society and the American Cancer Society. “I really believe in those organizations and the work they do,” says Lillie. A former Board member of AIDS Law of Louisiana, her other volunteer work includes Hike for KaTREEna, a non-profit organization dedicated to replanting trees in New Orleans; pro bono legal work for Friends of A Studio In The Woods; and the Louisiana Bar Association’s Secret Santa Program.