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				Slusarz
				K.
				Joanna

Associate

TEL: 201-525-6256 / MOBILE: 201-456-0384 / FAX: 201-678-6256 / jslusarz@coleschotz.comLegal Secretary: Wendy Zuppa TEL: 201-489-3000 Ext. 5002 wzuppa@coleschotz.com

An associate in the Real Estate Department and a part of the firm's Construction Services Group, Joanna K. Slusarz represents landlords, tenants, purchasers, sellers, lenders, borrowers and other parties-in-interest in various commercial real estate transactions, including in the acquisition, leasing and financing of commercial, office and industrial properties, for a variety of clients, ranging from individuals and closely held companies to Fortune 500 companies.

From drafting and negotiating contract documents, such as leases, purchase and sale agreements, loan documents and construction contracts, to reviewing title work and other due diligence items, and through handling closings, Joanna is fully involved in assisting clients in finalizing their deals and furthering their business ventures.

An associate of the firm since 2011, Joanna is admitted to practice in New Jersey and New York. She is a member of the Bergen County Bar Association and the New Jersey Bar Association and volunteers with the New Jersey Law Firm Group Mentor Program. Joanna is also a frequent contributor to the firm’s Real Estate & Construction Law Monitor, an industry-specific blog, and has written several articles for other publications as well.

Joanna earned her J.D. from Rutgers School of Law—Newark and her B.A. from Rutgers University in New Brunswick. While in law school, she was a teaching associate in the legal research and writing program and an editor of the Rutgers Law Review. Her note, “No Fishing Poles Allowed at the Office,” was published by the Defense Counsel Journal and is listed in the legal scholarship section of The Sedona Conference Cooperation Proclamation’s website.

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Education

Rutgers University School of Law-Newark, J.D., 2011; Rutgers Law Review, EditorRutgers University, B.A., Criminal Justice & Psychology, 2008; Phi Beta Kappa

Bar & Court Admissions

New Jersey, 2012New York, 2012
No Fishing Poles Allowed in the Office

78 Def. Couns. J. 450 2011

Joanna K. Slusarz
Two Ways to Identify True Property Value – Valuation Method of Choice May Spell Madness for Hotel Property Owner Taxpayer

Hotel Business Review October, 2010

Joanna K. Slusarz
 

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