Simran Sidhu is an associate with KPPB LAW’s commercial real estate practice. She supports all client commercial real estate transactions, including contracts, restructuring, and financing, as a member of the firm’s commercial real estate finance practice team.
Before joining KPPB LAW, Simran served as a paralegal with Clifford Chance’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice in Perth, Australia. Previously, she held roles as a legal and commercial management intern at a global technology corporation in Georgia; a legal intern at a family and property law firm; as well as a legal administrative assistant with a corporate, commercial, and property law firm. Prior to her time in Australia, she served as a judicial intern to the Honorable Judge Robert E. Flournoy, III, at the Superior Court of Cobb County in Marietta, Georgia.
Simran earned her master of laws degree from Georgia State University College of Law where she graduated summa cum laude. She received her bachelor of laws (with distinction) degree from Murdoch University School of Law in Australia, after transferring from Villanova University School of Law. Prior to law school, Simran was selected as a participant with the United Sikhs Advocacy and Humanitarian Aid Academy in Washington D.C. She earned her undergraduate degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology (with honors), where she was a member of Sigma Sigma Rho Sorority and Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity.
Simran’s pro bono outreach has included volunteering with The Humanitarian Group, a non-profit organization based in Perth, where she provided legal support to domestic violence victims. In Atlanta, she interned with the non-profit organization International Rescue Committee, providing immigration services to asylees and refugees. Born in Singapore, Simran grew up in Georgia. Her fluency varies in Punjabi, Hindi, Malay, French, and German. Simran is based in KPPB LAW’s Atlanta office.