Jeff Fasoldt is an attorney in the Real Estate Practice Group at Bousquet Holstein. Prior to joining the firm, Jeff served as the firm’s summer associate following his second year of law school, where he assisted with a variety of complex real estate and land use matters.
Jeff understands that each client has a different goal they would like to achieve, or problem that must be resolved, and that real estate issues tend to come in many shapes and sizes. He is committed to advising clients on all of their real estate goals and untangling any problems that arise along the way.
Jeff graduated magna cum laude from Syracuse University College of Law in 2020. During his time in law school, Jeff served as a Research Assistant to Professor Robin Paul Malloy, focusing on the interactions of land use, real estate, and disability law. In addition, Jeff worked as an Associate Notes Editor on the Syracuse Law Review. Jeff was also a member of the Justinian Honor Society during both his second and third year.
Also, during law school, Jeff worked as a judicial intern for the Honorable David N. Hurd in U.S. District Court. Over the course of the summer Jeff worked alongside the Judge and his law clerks, developing effective research techniques, and crafting legal memoranda for the Judge.
Jeff is a cum laude graduate of St. Bonaventure University just outside of Olean, NY. Jeff grew up in Avon, NY, a small-town south of Rochester, and now resides in Downtown Syracuse. Jeff’s brother Nick is an officer in the U.S. Air Force.