Hirschler Fleischer expands Tysons office with new partner
Hirschler Fleischer, a Richmond-based law firm, is expanding its Tysons office with the addition of Justine Fitzgerald as a partner in the firm’s real estate practice.
Fitzgerald counsels clients involved in the acquisition and disposition, development, financing and leasing of commercial properties throughout the Washington metropolitan area and around the country.
“Her knowledge and experience in the market strengthens our ability to service existing and potential clients in diverse real estate matters,” Chuck Rothenberg, chair of Hirschler Fleischer’s Real Estate Practice, said in a statement.
Fitzgerald is active in the community and has served on many boards, including the Spanish Education Development Center in Washington, D.C., tand he board of Mason Housing Inc., a nonprofit that manages Masonvale, a transitional housing facility for faculty, staff or full-time graduate students at George Mason University.
Fitzgerald earned two undergraduate degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and her law degree from Georgetown University Law Center.
Hirschler Fleischer’s Real Estate Practice counsels private and public companies, institutional investors and government entities on topics ranging from ownership, leasing and management to land use, zoning and development.