Jackson Walker, one of the largest Texas-based law firms, announced today that Kurt D. Nondorf, a partner in the firm’s Houston office, has been invited to become a member in the American College of Real Estate Lawyers.
Organized in 1978, the American College of Real Estate Lawyers began as an exclusive organization for people with proven leadership abilities and expertise in real estate law, regulations and legal practice. Membership is limited and by invitation only. The College accepts new members following submission by a member selection committee to a group of governors. Only new members who have established expertise in real estate law, observe high standards of professional and ethical conduct, contribute substantially to improvement of real estate law and practice and have a minimum of 10 years’ experience in real estate law are accepted.
“I am honored to have received this invitation,” said Nondorf. “The American College of Real Estate Lawyers is a quality group of attorneys and a prestigious network of colleagues. I look forward to becoming involved and to contributing to its mission of addressing issues of importance to real estate law and practice.”
Kurt Nondorf is the leader of the Business Transactions Section of Jackson Walker L.L.P. in Houston, and is head of the firm’s Real Estate Practice Group firm wide. Nondorf has diverse experience in real estate transactions law, including the representation of large institutional clients in connection with the acquisition, sale, financing and leasing of office buildings, apartment complexes, industrial sites, warehouses and hotels. He has been involved in the formation of joint ventures and partnerships as part of facilitating such transactions. Nondorf also acts as primary real estate counsel to the Texas Medical Center, the non-profit corporation that owns significant holdings in and enforces restrictions applicable to Houston’s expansive medical center. He is active with several professional organizations, including NAIOP, ULI, Houston Real Estate Lawyers Council and the Real Estate Section of the Houston Bar Association. He graduated with a B.A. in Economics from Yale University and earned his Juris Doctor from Indiana University School of Law in Bloomington.
Jackson Walker offers expertise in virtually every area of the law through a strong regional base of over 300 attorneys in Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Richardson, San Angelo, and San Antonio. The continual development of a broad foundation of practice areas has enabled the firm to attract an outstanding group of clients including Fortune 500 companies, multi-national corporations, major financial institutions, and a wide range of publicly traded corporations and closely held businesses. Jackson Walker is a founding member of Globalaw, a worldwide network of law firms with offices throughout the U.S. and in over 60 foreign countries.