Brendan Walsh
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The newest addition to the Opus family, Brendan Walsh’s main focus is on commercial real estate transactional law, particularly in the areas of leasing and purchase and sale of multifamily, retail, and industrial product.  Mr. Walsh also represents clients in various corporate matters including the formation and structuring of ownership entities and accompanying agreements.


Prior to joining The Opus Law Firm, Mr. Walsh gained transactional experience at two recognized San Diego-based law firms. 


At Procopio LLP, Mr. Walsh dedicated his efforts to expanding his knowledge of commercial real estate sale and leasing transactions. In this capacity, Mr. Walsh honed his skills in negotiating and structuring real estate deals working directly with large institutional owners and real estate developers to deliver favorable outcomes on a range of complex real estate transactions. His comprehensive understanding of the intricacies of these transactions allowed him to effectively represent clients, ensuring their interests were protected.


Prior to this, Mr. Walsh was an associate at a boutique firm known for its representation of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae in multifamily debt transactions. Mr. Walsh worked closely with several special servicers including Lument, Arbor, Walker & Dunlop and Sabal, during one of the busiest lending periods in the past two decades.


Mr. Walsh obtained his Juris Doctor degree from Pepperdine Law School, where he was a Palmer Center fellow focusing his curriculum on real estate and entrepreneurship. His academic achievements and commitment to his studies have played a significant role in shaping his expertise in the field.

Mr. Walsh pursued his undergraduate studies at Johns Hopkins University, where he earned a dual degree in Art History and International Studies and he also played four years of varsity baseball, twice reaching the DIII College World Series as an outfielder.


Prior to attending law school, Mr. Walsh worked for Sotheby’s Auction House in New York, NY and as a commercial real estate broker at Cushman & Wakefield, specializing in leasing and sales of suburban retail shopping centers throughout Southern California. 


During law school, Mr. Walsh served as a Legislative Fellow on the Judiciary Committee for Congressman Scott Peters in Washington D.C.


Bar Admissions

  • California, 2018



  • Pepperdine Law School, California 2017
  • John Hopkins University, Maryland, June 2010