Glen Edelman


Glen Edelman has been practicing law since 1985. He represents privately held companies and individuals in connection with their day-to-day general legal matters and transactional needs. His areas of concentration include all aspects of acquisitions and sale of commercial, residential, retail and mixed use real estate; real estate financing; commercial and retail leasing; commercial business transactions for closely held entities, including the acquisition or sale of businesses and/or interests in business entities, business financing through various forms of credit and other asset based lending facilities, and entity governance agreements such as shareholder, partnership, operating and joint venture agreements.

In law school, he served as a managing editor of the Law Review. He received his Bachelor of Science degree for Communications (cum laude) in 1981 from Boston University. He has guest lectured on commercial leasing at the City University of New York Continuing Education and other programs. He also serves as counsel to cooperative housing corporations’ boards of directors and represents foreign governments with their New York based real estate transactional needs.

Admitted: 1985, New York; 1985, New Jersey; 1985, Florida; U.S. District Court, Eastern and Southern District

College: Boston University, cum laude, B.A., 1981

Law School: Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg School of Law, J.D., 1984