David de Barros represents real estate developers and owners, construction managers, and design professionals on a wide range of legal and business matters relating to the design, construction and operation of real estate development projects. Mr. de Barros’ experience includes preparing and negotiating of real estate development and construction contracts, as well as assisting not-for-profit organizations, school districts, and universities, in structuring project development teams and evaluating the suitability of real estate development projects.
Prior to joining John E. Osborn P.C. in 2012, Mr. de Barros served as a judicial law clerk in the New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division – First Department; a law clerk for the United States Senate’s Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations; and a Janet D. Steiger Fellow with the Office of the New York State Attorney General’s Consumer Frauds Bureau.
While attending Georgetown University Law Center, Mr. de Barros studied at King’s College London and participated in the Center of Applied Legal Studies Clinic.