Nixon Peabody has brought on three more lawyers to its affordable housing and real estate practice. The firm said it is experiencing a “surge in real estate transactions” that is translating into “increased client needs” that will benefit from the expansion.

Chaundi Randolph joins the firm’s Washington, D.C., office, while Karla Chaffee joins in Boston and Daniel Perlin in Chicago.

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