Jocelyn provides legal representation on a broad range of national real estate transactions and disputes, and telecommunication matters.
Jocelyn advises investment fund and corporate clients on the purchase and sale of real estate, as well as the negotiation of commercial retail and office lease agreements across the U.S. She also routinely handles lease disputes. She has successfully supported clients in landlord-tenant lease disputes such as construction build out, modifications to the leased premises during the term, and end of term arrangements.
With particular emphasis in telecommunications, Jocelyn has worked with clients on large-scale digital infrastructure acquisition projects in several states. She has also advised large and entrepreneurial telecommunication companies on leasing telecommunication towers and rooftop sites across the U.S. Jocelyn has also represented landlords in leasing internal building space to internet service providers and space on telecommunication towers.
Archibald R. Murray Student Award for Excellence in Public Service, magna cum laude, 2021
Named Equal Justice America Fellow, 2020
Education & Admissions
Fordham University School of Law, J.D., 2021
University of British Columbia, B.A., 2018
Admitted to Practice
Representation of an investment fund in the acquisition of multiple telecommunication towers portfolios between $1 million to $40 million dollars.
Representation of a real estate investment fund in the purchase and sale of properties for redevelopment.
Representation of a reproductive clinic in the leasing and construction of new locations in Florida, New Jersey and Texas.
Representation of an automobile company in the leasing and build out of several sale and collision locations all over the United States.
Representation of a luxury jewelry brand in its opening of its first New York location.
Representation of a telecommunications company in lease disputes.
Representation of an entrepreneurial broadband company in the filing of a Digital Infrastructure and Video Competition Act of 2006 state franchise and a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity before the California Public Utilities Commission.