Real estate attorneys, long known as “dirt lawyers,” are adopting more of the deal-making skills of their corporate counterparts as they get pulled deeper into the real estate sector’s surging mergers and acquisitions activity.

Real estate attorneys say clients that are buying and selling high-dollar, multiproperty assets increasingly want a lawyer who not only understands how to assess properties, but can also play a role in crafting a transaction.

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