Shutts & Bowen Real Estate attorneys Jennifer Slone Tobin, Martha Rabbitt and Jennifer Kypreos attended the Real Estate Women’s Forum Florida that took place in Miami on October 16, 2019. This event brought together leading industry players to share their expertise on the state of commercial and investment real estate across the state.
Jennifer Slone Tobin, who is Co-Chair of the firm’s Real Estate Practice Group and Florida Bar Board Certified in Real Estate Law, was a speaker on a panel titled “Paving the Way: Leadership Strategies for Women in CRE.” She also attended the Commercial Real Estate Forum, which was held jointly with the Florida Real Estate Women’s Forum, where she chaired the closed-door peer-to-peer developer’s roundtable, where C-level executives have the opportunity to frankly discuss issues facing the industry.
About Jennifer Slone Tobin
Jennifer Slone Tobin is a partner in the Orlando office of Shutts & Bowen, where she is Co-Chair of the Real Estate Practice Group. She is Florida Bar Board Certified in Real Estate Law. Jennifer has a diverse real estate practice. She represents developers in the traditional areas of acquisition, development, permitting and financing of vacant, rehabilitation and operating properties. She also represents lenders, primarily loans secured by real property, but also with traditional business lending.
About the Real Estate Women's Forum (REWF)
First launched in New York in 2011, REWF has become a reliable annual gathering that spotlights industry leading women as well as up-and-coming female executives in commercial real estate, specifically emphasizing the achievements of women who are active developers, investors, owners and operators of multifamily and commercial real estate. To learn more, please click here.
About the Commercial Real Estate Forum
The RealInsight Florida Commercial Real Estate Summit brings together Florida’s most important and influential real estate leaders to discuss the latest industry trends in all major asset classes (office, industrial, retail, and hotel). Get the latest information from top owners, developers and investors on key trends to watch in commercial real estate including capital markets and financing issues