Constantine Gavrilos focuses his practice in the area of transactional real estate, specifically, residential and commercial property conveyances and Section 15 condominium deconversions.
At KSN, Constantine works primarily with real estate brokers, property owners, condominium associations, title insurance underwriters, and opposing counsel to facilitate real estate transactions. Constantine recognizes that the purchase or sale of a home is a major life event and takes great care to cater to the unique interests of his clients in every transaction, no matter the size.
Prior to joining KSN as an attorney, Constantine was a law clerk in KSN’s litigation department. During law school, Constantine served as the teacher’s assistant to Professor Ana Seder for the first year and second year Legal Writing class and served on the executive board of the National Security Law Society. Constantine was also an oralist in the Clara Barton International Human Rights Competition in Washington D.C., which is sponsored by the International Community of the Red Cross and the United Nations. Constantine also volunteered at the Veteran’s Legal Aid Society.
Constantine earned his Juris Doctorate from Loyola University Chicago School of Law and attended the University of South Florida for undergraduate studies, where he majored in Political Science.