Robert J. Reeb, III
Robert “Robby” J. Reeb, III is an associate in the Real Estate section at Jackson Walker.
Robby has a focused real estate transactional practice, and he has experience in a wide variety of matters concerning real estate, including commercial leasing, the acquisition and disposition of commercial, multifamily, hotel and ranch assets, general real estate development, and the management of landlord-tenant relationships. Robby regularly represents landlords and tenants in commercial, retail and industrial leasing matters. Additionally, Robby has experience representing real estate developers, including drafting, negotiating and implementing Master Declarations of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions, Reciprocal Easement Agreements and establishing property owners associations. Furthermore, Robby has experience representing the rights of homeowners in regard to property owners associations, and has negotiated various easement rights and agreements for property owners.
Robby is a vigorous representative of the clients of the firm and constantly strives to provide the best legal services in the real estate market. The interests of clients are always the priority, and Robby prides himself on being responsive and taking a personal interest in the transactions of clients he serves.
Prior to joining Jackson Walker, Robby served as an intern to the Honorable Judge Melody M. Wilkinson for the Tarrant County 17th District Court. In terms of his personal background, Robby was born and raised in Fort Worth and graduated from Fort Worth Country Day School in 2007. Robby currently serves on the Board of Directors for Camp Fire First Texas and the Worthington Bank Young Advisory Board.
B.B.A., with honors, Accounting, University of Texas at Austin
J.D., summa cum laude, Texas Tech University School of Law
- Order of the Coif
- Phi Delta Phi
- Articles Editor, Texas Tech Law Review