Norton Rose Fulbright today announced that Joshua Bernstein, an experienced real estate lawyer, has joined the global law firm’s Austin and New York offices as a partner. Norton Rose Fulbright has also hired associates Emily Jung and Katie Van Dyk, who worked with Bernstein at his previous firm, Greenberg Traurig LLP.

Bernstein advises clients in both development-related real estate transactions (including acquisitions, dispositions, sales and leasing, and land use) and in real estate finance and private equity matters (including joint ventures, debt and equity financing, and fund formation). His experience encompasses all asset classes—including single-family and multi-family residential, industrial, office, retail and hotel—with particular experience in senior housing. Bernstein also regularly provides valuable insight with respect to the structure and formation of complex condominiums for both financing and sale of commercial, residential and mixed-use projects.

Daryl Lansdale, Norton Rose Fulbright’s US Managing Partner, said:

“Josh has worked on a wide range of complex real estate deals over the last 15 years. He will be a great addition to our national real estate practice, and our clients will benefit from his breadth of experience and dedication to client service.”

Jane Snoddy Smith, Norton Rose Fulbright’s US Head of Real Estate, commented:

“I am thrilled that this group is joining our growing real estate practice. Josh’s vast experience in complex commercial condominiums and hospitality will expand our service offerings for our US and global clients.”

Bernstein, who is licensed to practice in Texas and New York, said:

“Joining Norton Rose Fulbright allows me to better serve clients not only locally, but also nationally and internationally. The firm has a global reputation for uniform excellence, and I look forward to joining such a talented and dedicated team.”

Bernstein received his JD from The University of Texas School of Law and his BA, magna cum laude, from Ohio State University.


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