Alfred Clark ('76)
Mr. Clark represents investors, landowners and commercial users in a wide variety of real estate transactions, with particular focus representing institutional lenders in commercial mortgage transactions, including the restructuring and workout of troubled real estate investments. He regularly advises clients in the acquisition and disposition of real estate assets, leasing, land use issues and transactions involving property contaminated by hazardous materials. He also represents tenants’ associations and community-based nonprofits in the preservation of affordable housing projects, as well as borrowers and lenders in complex financing transactions involving personal property collateral. Mr. Clark earned his JD from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles in 1981, where he served on the Law Review, and earned his undergraduate degree from Stanford University in 1976.