NEW YORK, Dec. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Bernd Allen is recognized by Continental Who's Who as 2017 Attorney of the Year in the field of Real Estate Law in recognition of his role as Senior Partner of Allen, Morris, Troisi & Simon, LLP.
Allen, Morris, Troisi & Simon, LLP is a real estate law firm that specializes in handling all facets of the legal industry. Having handled cases surrounding real estate law, the firm has had extensive experience in dealing with cases regarding real estate disputes, property development and financing since the firm's establishment over 40 years ago.
Amassing over fifty one years of experience in the field of Real Estate, Allen has served for forty six years as a partner in his current firm. As Senior Partner of Allen, Morris, Troisi, and Simon, LLP, a large part of Allen's role at the firm consists of representing residential property buyers and owners dealing with condominiums, cooperatives and other types of residential homes and apartments in Brooklyn and Manhattan. In this capacity, Allen utilizes his extensive expertise in all facets of Real Estate Law.
Inspired to go into the legal field after being in a job he hated, Allen's advice to newcomers in the field is to, "find an area of the law you love to do." Allen's knowledge of this area of business enables him to aid in securing and closing acquisitions, and construction financing.
Throughout the course of his education and training, Allen attained both his Juris Doctor and L.L.B. degrees from St. John's University Law School. In addition, he took courses toward a Master's degree in Taxation at New York University Law School.
Due to his outstanding success as a Real Estate lawyer, Allen is involved in both government and professional organizations. To further his professional development, Allen is founding member and past president of the Park Slope Betterment Committee, a community project committee dedicated to saving Park Slope buildings slated for destruction by the City of New York pursuant to the unsafe building program. He also chained a CLE course from Lorman Education on the legal aspects of real estate and has given lectured for the New York City Bar Association.
Throughout the course of his career, Allen has represented non-profit organizations including the Rainforest Alliance and the National Council of Jewish Women. Having served as a volunteer arbitrator for the Civil Court of New York, Allen also serves on the real estate sections of both the New York State and New York City Bar Associations.
Attributing his success to his clients becoming developers, Allen states, "I love real estate because it is very creative."
For more information about Allen or his legal work, please visit: www.amtslaw.com.
SOURCE Continental Who's Who