As a former in-house attorney for a publicly traded REIT, Jed Burton is comfortable navigating both the legal complexities and business realities of sophisticated real estate deals, having closed hundreds of transactions totaling over $10 billion in value over the course of his career. Jed’s expertise includes acquisitions, dispositions, commercial mortgage lending (representing both lenders and borrowers), mezzanine debt, intercreditor arrangements, and land use, with special proficiency in transactions involving self-storage, shopping centers, and resorts.
Juris Doctor, J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University (cum laude), 2002 (Executive Editor, BYU Law Review, Recipient, Faculty Award for Meritorious Achievement and Distinguished Service), Bachelor of Arts, University of Utah, 1998 (Major: English, Minor: Business)
- Member, Utah Bar Association
- Past Chair, Real Property Section of the Utah State Bar (2013-2014)
- Member, International Council of Shopping Centers