Angus Beverly is an associate in Greenberg Glusker’s Real Estate Department.
Angus assists clients on a broad spectrum of real estate matters involving acquisitions and dispositions, lease negotiations, financing, development, and asset management of residential, commercial, and mixed-use properties. With prior experience in incidental matters such as land use and zoning, Angus utilizes a unique cross-disciplinary approach to advise clients regarding environmentally-impacted properties.
At UCLA School of Law, Angus served as the President of the UCLA Real Estate Law Association, was a fellow in the Howard and Irene Levin Program in Housing and Social Responsibility through UCLA's Ziman Center for Real Estate, and worked as an articles editor for UCLA's Journal of Environmental Law and Policy. After law school, Angus joined the real estate and land use practice groups at an Am Law 200 firm. Following that, he was an associate at a boutique firm specializing in land use.
As an elected member of the Westwood Neighborhood Council for six years, Angus gained a variety of experience in land use and zoning matters from the perspective of public decision-makers. Prior to law school, Angus served as a policy staff assistant to Los Angeles County Supervisor, Don Knabe.
- University of California, Los Angeles School of Law (J.D., 2018)
- University of California, Los Angeles (B.A., 2014)
- History, Public Policy and Environmental Systems, and Society