Kenneth W. Beall

Of Counsel:


In Memoriam:

Kenneth W. Beall

Telephone: 517-482-2400
Fax: 517-853-8689

Kenneth W. Beall practices extensively in all aspects of real estate and commercial transactions, with a special emphasis on low income, historic, New Markets and Brownfield tax credits, and other real estate development, incentives, syndications and organizations.  Among his clients are tax credit investors, real estate developers, financial institutions and various managers of hundreds of multi-family, commercial and hotel properties.  Mr. Beall is experienced in finance, lending and business acquisitions and restructuring.

Mr. Beall dedicates significant time to the mid-Michigan community, including serving as 2007 board chairman for Capital Area United Way and the board of directors for Impression 5 Science Center.  He is a former members of the Governor’s Task Force on Downtown Revitalization – Lansing Committee.  He currently serves on the National Leadership Council for the Michigan State University College of Music.

Mr. Beall joined the Loomis Law Firm in 1975 after earning his law degree at Duke University.  He is listed in the 2007 – 2022 Editions of Best Lawyers in America, as well as the 2007 – 2012 Editions of Michigan Super Lawyers for Real Estate Law, Tax and Banking.

Practice Areas:

  • Affordable Housing
  • Banking & Bankruptcy Law
  • Business & Corporate Law
  • Real Estate Law
  • Tax Law

Professional Memberships:

  • Member, State Bar of Michigan
  • Member, United States Tax Court

Recognition & Public Service:

  • Named to Best Lawyers in America – 2007 – 2022 Editions – Real Estate Law (recognized as Lansing Real Estate Lawyer of the Year – 2021)
  • Member, National Leadership Council, Michigan State University College of Music
  • Member, Board of Directors of Capital Area United Way (1995 – 2010) (2007 – Chair)
  • Member, Board of Directors of the Michigan State University College of Arts and Letters Alumni Association (2001 – 2007)
  • Recipient, Walter A. Campbell Award (for sustained service and leadership in volunteerism) (2001)
  • Fellow, Michigan State Bar Foundation (1994), American Bar Foundation (2000)
  • Past director, Impression Five Science Museum
  • Past board member, Industrial Development Institute of Michigan State University
  • Past member, Governor’s Task Force on Downtown Revitalization, Lansing Committee


  • Federal Bar Association
  • ABA Conference on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law
  • Michigan Historic Preservation Network
  • Institute for Professional and Executive Development
  • Institute for Continuing Legal Education
  • Michigan Housing Council
  • Michigan Bar Association
  • Michigan Rural Development Council
  • Ingham County Bar Association


  • Duke University Law School, J.D., 1975
  • Managing Editor of the Duke Legal Research Program
  • Undergraduate Michigan State University, B.A., (magna cum laude), 1972