Paul MacCabe, Associate


Mr. Paul MacCabe is a transactional attorney who focuses his practice on real estate and corporate law. Mr. MacCabe represents clients on all sides of real estate and business transactions, including landowners, business owners, tenants, developers, operators, investors, and lenders. Mr. MacCabe’s real estate practice involves various product types including the development of master­ planned communities, for sale and for rent housing, single and multi-family residential and commercial.

Mr. MacCabe has experience in drafting and negotiating business documents for both routine and complex transactions. The transactions handled by Mr. MacCabe often involve financing arrangements, entity formation, corporate governance, governmental licensing and compliance, leasing and asset management, and acquisitions and dispositions of real property and businesses. Mr. MacCabe strives to provide his clients with continuity of service across all phases of a transaction and actively seeks to resolve business disputes before they escalate into litigation.

Mr. MacCabe received his Juris Doctorate degree from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, where he was note and comment editor of the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review and External and Recruitment Chair of the Real Estate Law Society. Prior to law school, Mr. MacCabe received his Bachelor of Science degree in Real Estate Development from the University of Southern California. Mr. MacCabe is also a licensed real estate broker and an active member of the Orange County Bar Association in both the Real Estate Law and Corporate Law sections.

Educational History

  • J.D., Loyola Law School, Los Angeles (2021)
  • B.S. (Real Estate Development), University of Southern California (2018), Magna Cum Laude

Memberships/Community Affiliations

  • Member, State Bar of California
  • Member, United States District Court for Central District of California
  • Member, Orange County Bar Association (Real Estate Law and Corporate Law Sections)
  • Member, American Bar Association