Sean M. Daru
Sean M. Daru is an associate in the firm’s Real Estate Transactions and Corporate and Business Law Departments. Sean joined the firm’s Blue Bell, PA office in 2018 and concentrates his practice in the areas of representing sellers and buyers, landlords and tenants, and developers and investors in various commercial real estate transactions including office buildings, warehouses, and retail shopping centers and malls.
Prior to joining the firm, Sean was an associate with McCormick Barstow in Fresno, CA where he practiced in the areas of general and appellate litigation in all variety of commercial and trust and estates disputes.
- Real Estate Transactional
- Commercial Leasing
- Contract Review
- Joint Venture Agreements
- Purchase and Sale Transactions
- Real Estate Financing
- Business and Corporate Law
- California, 2017
- University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia, PA, J.D. – 2017
- University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia, PA, Wharton School of Business Certificate in Business Management, 2017
Honors: Levy Scholar (full merit scholarship), Pro Bono Distinguished Service Award. Activities: Articles Editor, Journal of Law and Public Affairs; Senior Editor, Journal of Law and Social Change; Teaching Assistant in Constitutional Law at the Wharton School of Business; Member, University of Pennsylvania Inn of Court; Client Advocate, Youth Advocacy Project
- Regis University, Denver, CO, B.S. Accounting, summa cum laude; B.A. Philosophy, summa cum laude, B.A. Religious Studies, summa cum laude -2014
- Honors: Honors Program and Thesis; Board of Trustees Scholar; Native American Student Scholar. Activities: President, Commuter Student Club; Vice-President, Catholic Student Association
- California Bar Association
- Board Member, Down Syndrome Association of Central California, (January 2018 – July 2018)
University City Hospitality Coalition, (September 2014 – May 2017)
Sean spends most of his free time playing squash, training for a half-marathon, or learning French through the Alliance Franciase in Center City. Otherwise, if he isn’t out exploring the booming restaurant scene in Philly, he is probably at home watching an episode of Seinfeld.