King & Spalding Expands Real Estate Practice in New York and Washington, D.C.

Tuesday, May 5, 2015 - 10:37

Broadening its real estate expertise, King & Spalding has recruited Jennifer Morgan to its New York office and Chris Hoffman to its Washington, D.C. office as partners in its real estate practice. They join King & Spalding from Kirkland & Ellis, where both lawyers were partners.

Morgan focuses her practice on real estate private equity, advising pension funds and fund sponsors as well as other institutional investors on negotiating and structuring joint ventures and fund formations, including private real estate investment trusts (REITs) and other structured investments. Morgan has been recognized for her real estate expertise by Chambers USA, Legal 500, America’s Leading Lawyers for Business and “Super Lawyers,” as well as in a 2013 Fortune magazine feature on “Women Leaders in the Law.” Morgan is an adjunct professor of real estate transactions at Columbia Business School and a Lecturer at Columbia Law School. 

Hoffman’s practice focuses on representing U.S. and non-U.S. clients in forming real estate private equity funds and joint venture arrangements. He also counsels and represents real estate private equity clients on dispositions, acquisitions, development, financings and leasing and management of real estate and real estate-related assets and companies.