Patrick brings to the firm significant experience handling real estate transactions for state and municipal agencies as well as private developer clients. He was the lead attorney for the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development in closing loan transactions for the redevelopment and construction of new affordable housing throughout the state. In that role, he was responsible for negotiating terms and conducting due diligence, including analysis of title and survey issues, environmental reports, and zoning and permitting issues. In another matter, he represented a developer in the refinancing of a 173-unit affordable housing development in Massachusetts.
Before making the decision to attend law school, Niebauer worked as a paralegal, first in private practice in Massachusetts and then at Preservation of Affordable Housing, Inc., in Boston.
While in law school, Patrick received the Distinguished Brief Award and Jurisprudence Award for Excellence in the Study of Professional Responsibility. He also earned a Yellow Belt from the Legal Lean Sigma Institute. He is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and anticipates admission to the Rhode Island Bar in the near future.
- Suffolk University Law School, J.D.
- Colgate University, B.A.
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