Beth H. Mitchell is a partner in the Real Estate and Finance Department and co-chair of the firm's Commercial Finance practice group. She has extensive experience in complex real estate transactions, locally, regionally, and nationally, and through economic booms and recessions.
Beth represents financial institutions, investors, developers, and other public and private entities in various types of real estate projects. She handles financings, acquisitions, dispositions, developments, leases, foreclosures, and troubled debt restructurings. Her practice encompasses, among other things, downtown office buildings, suburban office parks, mixed-use developments, hotels, health care institutions, retail complexes, industrial properties and not-for-profit uses.
Beth is a Fellow of the American College of Real Estate Attorneys and the American College of Mortgage Attorneys. She is a member of The Abstract Club and a past president of the Real Estate Finance Association (REFA). Beth served on the Greater Boston Real Estate Board for several years. She was convention co-chair of the CREW Network Committee of New England Women in Real Estate, which hosted the annual convention in Boston in October 2001.
She is a member of the Boston Bar Association, a former member of the Real Estate and Environmental Law Curriculum Advisory Committee of Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc., and the past Clerk of the Real Estate Bar Association of Massachusetts (formerly known as the Massachusetts Conveyancers Association) where she previously served as co-chair of the Commercial Real Estate Finance Committee. She frequently writes and lectures on real estate topics.