Tajah Patel practices corporate and real estate law with a particular emphasis on business and corporate financing transactions. Her diverse practice includes representation of financial institutions, real estate developers, non-profits, corporations and individuals.
Tajah takes pride in her dedication to her clients’ matters and attention to detail. She represents both borrowers and lenders in connection with various commercial real estate transactions, including financing, defeasances and assumptions. Tajah also has experience in structuring acquisitions, mergers and spin-off transactions for a broad range of business entities, both public and private.
Tajah currently serves as firm clinic coordinator for the Homeless Advocacy Project (HAP), providing pro-bono assistance to help meet the legal and advocacy needs of homeless individuals and families in Philadelphia. She is a 2014 graduate with distinction from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where she served as a Research Assistant to Professor Cynthia Dahl. Tajah served as a Postgraduate Fellow and Senior Legal Services Coordinator at Philadelphia Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, where she worked with clients and volunteer attorneys on pro-bono projects. Tajah earned a B.A. in Law from the University of Cambridge and a B.A. in Economics and French from New York University.