Sherin and Lodgen’s Beth A. Goldstein Appointed Chair of the Firm’s Renewable Energy Practice Group

Beth A. Goldstein

Boston – Boston law firm Sherin and Lodgen LLP announces that partner Beth A. Goldstein has been appointed chair of the firm’s Renewable Energy Practice Group, effective June 1, 2020.

Sherin and Lodgen’s Managing Partner Douglas M. Henry said, “The Renewable Energy Group has become one of the fastest growing practice areas at our firm and is highly regarded for handling a wide range of sophisticated financing, development and leasing transactions for solar and energy storage facilities. With Beth’s exceptional knowledge and experience in the renewable energy and real estate markets, we look forward to continued growth under her leadership.”

As a partner in the firm’s Real Estate Department, many of Goldstein’s clients are engaged in complex financing renewable energy transactions including construction and permanent financing of clean energy facilities, permitting, development, leasing for solar and battery energy storage projects, energy regulatory issues, and transactions involving the purchase and sale of renewable energy projects. She is a seasoned real estate attorney with experience representing buyers, sellers, developers and lenders in the sale, acquisition, financing, development and leasing of commercial real estate throughout the country. Her leasing practice includes landlord and tenant representation in the leasing of renewable energy, industrial, retail, restaurant, and office space.

In 2018, Goldstein was named an “Up and Coming Lawyer” by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. In 2017, she graduated with the inaugural class of the NAIOP Massachusetts Leadership Institute, an eight-month program designed to develop the practical knowledge and leadership skills of commercial real estate professionals. Active in the legal community, Goldstein is the former co-chair of the Leasing Committee for the Boston Bar Association and is a volunteer with Kids in Need of Defense (KIND), a national organization that partners lawyers with children in need of representation in immigration court.