Jim Bailey is a transactional attorney at Williams Mullen.  He has represented a variety of clients, including those in private equity, manufacturing and retail; however, the large majority of Jim’s practice is dedicated to senior housing transactions.  In this space, Jim has represented clients of various sizes from individual owners and operators to large publicly traded companies.  He regularly assists investors, owners and operators with skilled nursing, assisted living, continuing care retirement community and independent living transactions.  He provides clients with an understanding of long-term care regulatory issues such as licensure, reimbursement and operations transfer, and he also helps clients work through their financing and lending options with commercial banks and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

Jim Bailey is a transactional attorney at Williams Mullen.  He has represented a variety of clients, including those in private equity, manufacturing and retail; however, the large majority of Jim’s practice is dedicated to senior housing transactions.  In this space, Jim has represented clients of various sizes from individual owners and operators to large publicly traded companies.  He regularly assists investors, owners and operators with skilled nursing, assisted living, continuing care retirement community and independent living transactions.  He provides clients with an understanding of long-term care regulatory issues such as licensure, reimbursement and operations transfer, and he also helps clients work through their financing and lending options with commercial banks and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

Jim has been named among Virginia's "Legal Elite" in the Young Lawyer (Under 40) category by Virginia Business (2018-present). He remains active in both the Richmond and Hampton Roads communities.  He is chair of the American Heart Association’s Young Professionals Board; he is a member of the executive board for the Boy Scouts of America (Heart of Virginia Council); and he is on the board of trustees and is pro bono counsel for Grace Inside, Virginia’s Prison Chaplin Service.