Ben Hittman is an associate in the firm’s Business Law Department and a member of its Real Estate Industry Practice. Mr. Hittman represents real estate investment funds, REITs, institutional investors, developers and other owners and operators of real estate in complex transactions involving commercial, industrial, office, hospitality and multifamily assets, including acquisitions and dispositions, joint ventures, development agreements, and financings. Prior to joining Goodwin in 2016, Mr. Hittman was an associate with Paul Hastings LLP in New York.




Professional Activities

Mr. Hittman is a member of the Boston Bar Association.

Professional Experience

Mr. Hittman is a former volunteer for the New York City Bar Association Legal Hotline and has acted as pro bono counsel to several victims of domestic violence in connection with their applications for U-Visas and Green Cards.

While attending law school, Mr. Hittman served as a writer and senior editor for the Uniform Commercial Code Reporter-Digest.





J.D., 2010
Boston College Law School
(cum laude)
B.A., Economics and History, 2007
University of Pennsylvania
(cum laude)



New York
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