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Brian C. Beaulieu

Associate / Boston

Overview

Brian C. Beaulieu is an associate in Nutter’s Real Estate Department and a member of the firm’s Commercial and Real Estate Finance and Development, Land Use and Permitting practice groups. Brian provides legal counsel to clients for complex acquisitions, dispositions, secured financing transactions, commercial leasing matters, and various other real estate development matters, including construction and architectural agreements.

Notable Experience and Client Impact

  • Representation of real estate investment joint venture in connection with the ongoing acquisition and disposition of commercial assets across Massachusetts and the Mid-Atlantic region.
  • Representation of real estate developer in connection with its 2.8 million square foot mixed-use project in New Hampshire, advising on construction and financing matters.
  • Representation of real estate developer in connection with the ongoing negotiation and sale of luxury condominium units for new development project in Boston.
  • Representation of an oil and gas company in connection with the disposition of its portfolio of retail properties throughout the Northeast.
  • Represented real estate investment firm in connection with its $109.9 million loan refinancing transaction secured by fifteen commercial assets across Massachusetts.
  • Represented institutional lender in connection with a $10.5 million loan transaction to finance the acquisition of commercial office and industrial property in Massachusetts.
  • Represented joint venture between real estate investment firm and multinational private equity company in connection with the $85 million disposition of a four-building industrial portfolio of warehouse and distribution property in the Greater Boston area.
  • Represented a real estate investment and development firm in in connection with leasing and licensing matters for its Class A office property in the Greater Boston area.
  • Performed due diligence in connection with a real estate development firm’s $218 million acquisition of several acres of waterfront property in Boston.

In addition to his summer associate work at Nutter, Brian’s professional experience includes several years as a law clerk at a boutique law firm in Boston, where he worked on various legal issues, including bankruptcy, contract modification, product liability, and tort litigation. Notably, Brian helped prepare appellate briefs and developed arguments for an employment discrimination case before the First Circuit Court of Appeals. 

During law school, Brian served as a Comment Editor on the Suffolk University Law Review. His comments, Criminal Law—Rhode Island Supreme Court Upholds Post-Conviction Relief Based on Deliberate-Nondisclosure Doctrine—Tempest v. State, 141 A.3d 677 (R.I. 2016), 50 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 359 (2017) and Constitutional Law—Ninth Circuit Upholds California Firearm Regulation Requiring Ten-Day Waiting Period for Subsequent Purchasers—Silvester v. Harris, 843 F.3d 816 (9th Cir. 2016), 50 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 751 (2017) were published in the Suffolk University Law Review. He received the Trustee Academic Scholarship and earned a Jurisprudence Award, a recognition given to the student with the highest grade in a class, in his Corporations class. Brian also was awarded Best Brief in Legal Practice Skills, a recognition given in Suffolk’s first year legal research and writing class.

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Education & Admissions

Education

Suffolk University Law School, J.D., cum laude
Boston College, B.A.

Admissions

  • Massachusetts 

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Before Nutter

During law school, Brian served as a comment editor on the Suffolk University Law Review.  His comments, Criminal Law—Rhode Island Supreme Court Upholds Post-Conviction Relief Based on Deliberate-Nondisclosure Doctrine—Tempest v. State, 141 A.3d 677 (R.I. 2016), 50 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 359 (2017) and Constitutional Law—Ninth Circuit Upholds California Firearm Regulation Requiring Ten-Day Waiting Period for Subsequent Purchasers—Silvester v. Harris, 843 F.3d 816 (9th Cir. 2016), 50 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 751 (2017) were published in the Suffolk University Law Review

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