Sam Capogrosso is an associate in Greenberg Glusker's Real Estate Department.
Sam works with clients on a variety of real estate matters including acquisitions and dispositions, lease negotiations, financing, construction, and development. Sam has experience working on a broad range of deals, from large industrial projects to commercial leasing and high-end residential construction. The clients Sam has assisted include industrial developers, shopping center landlords, restaurant owners, and hotel operators.
At UCLA School of Law, Sam served as a Co-President of the UCLA Animal Law Society and participated in UCLA’s Tribal Law Clinic, where he assisted the Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas in rewriting and updating their Tribal Civil Code. After law school, Sam joined the transactional real estate practice group at an Am Law 200 firm.
Prior to law school, Sam was an Arabic translator and academic program administrator based in Amman, Jordan. While in college at Tufts University in Boston, Sam double majored in International Relations and Arabic language and literature.
- California, 2021
- University of California, Los Angeles School of Law (J.D., 2021)
- Tufts University (B.A., 2015)
- International Relations & Arabic Language