Christine Owens Morgan recently joined Berchem Moses PC as a Senior Partner in the Commercial Real Estate & Financing, Business Law, and Affordable Housing & Economic Developments. She has experience in all aspects of real estate, including sales and acquisitions, joint ventures, leases, easements, and local counsel opinions. Ms. Morgan has represented developers of affordable housing for rental units, condominium units for first-time homeowners, and mixed-used developments. Prior to joining Berchem Moses PC, Ms. Morgan spent more than 25 years at the firm of Wiggin and Dana where she helped lead many highly visible developments and commercial real estate transactions across the state of Connecticut.
“Christine Owens Morgan’s extensive real estate experience brings a wealth of knowledge to the legal team at Berchem Moses PC”, said Robert L. Berchem founder of the law firm. “We are delighted that she has chosen to join our organization as we continue to grow and evolve.”
Christine Owens Morgan is a graduate of Connecticut College and the University of Connecticut School of Law. She is a James Cooper Fellow of the Connecticut Bar Foundation. Early in her career Ms. Morgan served pro bono as a legal advisor to the Charter Revision Commission of the City of New Haven, and she has continued to volunteer and serve in many roles in the community.
“I am thrilled to join the highly-regarded team at Berchem Moses PC,” said Christine Owens Morgan. “I am particularly excited about the firm’s integrated approach to addressing challenges, and look forward to working with recognized experts in many legal specialties.”
Berchem Moses PC has offices in Milford and Westport, Connecticut. The firm has forty attorneys and more than 80 years of experience representing the interests of municipalities, boards of education, housing authorities and employers across the state.