We reorganized our law firm about 18 months ago with a focus on commercial real estate. Our managing partner, Jamie McCaskill, recently sat down with Attorney at Law Magazine to talk about how it’s going and our plans for future growth. Following is an excerpt and link to the full article:
Longleaf’s Got Talent
Written by BOB FRIEDMAN
Photography by HEADSHOTS AND CORPORATE
Raleigh-based commercial real estate law firm Longleaf Law Partners is representing the developers of two of the crown jewel projects in downtown Raleigh. The redevelopment of the old News & Observer building and the entitlement of the massive Smokey Hollows Publix grocery store and adjoining 40-floor building at Capital Boulevard and Peace Street are among the major projects with which the Triangle law firm is involved. In addition to these local projects, its representing clients on multiple complex student and senior housing projects throughout the country.
All that work has the 11-member boutique commercial real estate firm in an expansion mode with plans to move into new, larger office space next year. “We have our sights set on growth over the next decade, with plans to add six or seven more attorneys in that time frame,” said Managing Partner Jamie McCaskill.