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Rosemary Chun Dodek, a counsel in the firm's Real Estate, REITs & Real Estate Capital Markets Group, focuses her practice on a wide variety of commercial real estate transactions, with a particular emphasis on real estate conveyancing, development, financing and investment. Ms. Dodek joined Goodwin Procter in 1998.

Ms. Dodek’s experience spans a broad range of commercial real estate matters. Most recently, she has represented major financial institutions, including real estate investment managers, banks, pension funds and insurance companies, in making acquisitions and loans on major projects around the country. In addition, Ms. Dodek has significant experience representing developers and noninstitutional investors in real estate acquisition, leasing, development, zoning and land use matters.

At New York University School of Law, Ms. Dodek was a staff member of the Journal of International Law and Politics.

Prior to joining Goodwin Procter, Ms. Dodek was a partner at the Boston law firm of Hale and Dorr where she represented clients in connection with the acquisition, development, financing and leasing of properties throughout New England. She then served as associate general counsel at Boston University from 1992-1997. Ms. Dodek represented the university with respect to commercial real estate, environmental and land use, and general corporate matters, with the majority of her attention focused on the development of several university real estate projects, including the School of Management and the Center for Advanced Biomedical Research, as well as the potential development of the Allston Landing site.

Professional Activities

Ms. Dodek is a member of New England Women in Real Estate and the Boston and Massachusetts Bar Associations. She also serves on the Board of Directors of the Southborough Education Foundation.