New York Real Estate Partner Victoria Shusterman Joins Gibson Dunn

May 15, 2015

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP is pleased to announce that Victoria Shusterman has joined the firm’s New York office as a partner.  Shusterman, formerly with Katten Muchin Rosenman, will continue to focus on real estate finance transactions. 

“We are pleased to welcome Vicky to the firm,” said Ken Doran, Chairman and Managing Partner of Gibson Dunn.  “Our New York real estate practice has never been busier, and Vicky, a highly respected and talented real estate attorney, will be a tremendous addition to the practice.”

“We are thrilled to bring Vicky on board,” said Real Estate Practice Group Co-Chair Eric Feuerstein.  “She possesses outstanding technical skills and is widely recognized as a creative and thoughtful transactional lawyer.  She also has substantial experience in real estate finance, an area of our real estate practice that has grown most rapidly in the last five years, and will be a valuable resource for our lending clients.”  

“I am excited to be joining the firm,” said Shusterman.  “This is a terrific opportunity to join an exceptional team, and I am thrilled to be able to develop my practice on such a broad and strong platform.”  

About Victoria Shusterman 

Shusterman focuses her practice on commercial real estate finance.  She represents commercial banks, REITs, insurance companies and private equity investors in commercial real estate financing transactions and investments, including balance sheet financings; permanent and bridge loan originations; mezzanine financing and other subordinate financings; construction loans; loan participation, syndications and other co-lender arrangements; and work-outs and restructurings.  She has also handled real estate investments across the United States, Mexico and the Caribbean, including multi-state portfolio transactions involving financing of the acquisition of hotel portfolios and multi-family apartment complexes.  

Shusterman received her J.D. in 1998 from Washington University School of Law, where she served as Notes Editor of the Washington University Law Review.