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Omosede Irabor’s practice focuses on commercial real estate transactions and general business transactions. Ms. Irabor’s transactional work is centered around drafting and negotiating purchase and sale agreements, commercial real estate leases, development agreements, operating agreements, and other agreements related to commercial real estate and business organizations.

Prior to joining BBS&G, Ms. Irabor worked at a civil litigation firm in Washington, DC, and internationally at a firm in Lagos, Nigeria.

Ms. Irabor received her undergraduate degree, summa cum laude, from West Virginia University, where she was a political science research assistant and worked with the Division of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion to create outreach events for the university. She earned her law degree from Howard University School of Law, where she worked as a Teaching Assistant in Contracts, served as the president of the African Law Student Association, and was a member of the Intellectual Property Patent Clinic. Ms. Irabor continues to mentor students from Howard University Law School interested in transactional law.