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Angel Shah is an Associate in the firm’s Real Estate & Transactional, Business, and Security Alarm groups. Prior to joining Kurtz and Partners, Angel worked at an AmLaw 20 law firm in New York City. Angel has experience in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, complex commercial transactions, corporate governance, contract negotiations, and general corporate matters. He has advised companies at all stages of the corporate life cycle, ranging from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies. Angel also engages in pro bono work for worthy causes and individuals.
Angel went to Penn State Law on a full-tuition scholarship, where he was elected to the Student Body government, participated in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program, and served on the board of a local non-profit organization as part of the Leading Law Students program. While at Penn State Law, he worked with their Entrepreneur Assistance Clinic and the Civil Rights Appellate Clinic, where he helped author amicus briefs that were submitted to the Third Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. He was also a research assistant for Professor Michael Foreman and as a judicial extern for the Honorable President Judge Craig Miller at Clinton County Court of Common Pleas. Angel participated in a variety of other extra-curricular activities and was involved with moot court and various student organizations on campus. Angel went to the University of Central Florida on a Bright Futures Merit Scholarship for his undergraduate studies where he majored in Legal Studies while helping manage his father’s medical practice.
In his free time, Angel enjoys spending time with family and friends, volunteering, watching movies, reading, and traveling. Angel is fluent in four languages, has lived on three continents, and has traveled to over twenty countries. Angel loves learning about new cultures and meeting new people and hopes to visit every country around the world at some point in his life.