Raimo Klesment's main areas of expertise are real estate and construction law, public administration, and public procurement. In addition to his law degree, Raimo also holds a university diploma in landscape architecture.
Prior to joining NJORD he worked as a consultant and with an organizer in spatial planning: land planning (mainly detailed and comprehensive plans) and different stages of construction preparation. He has worked both in the private and the public sectors as a content producer and project manager. He is experienced within real estate projects that are both complex and with high public interest (e.g. plans for wind turbines, big industrial and logistics facilities).
Raimo also has experience in consulting clients in regulated economy sectors, including competition law, and has handled several merger notices.
- "Under what conditions can I build a country house on the beach?", Delfi Maakodu 28.10.2021 (published in Estonian)
- "Whether and in which cases I can prohibit a neighbor from building?", Delfi Maakodu 20.10.2021 (published in Estonian)
- "Can strangers without permission pick mushrooms in my forest?", Delfi Maakodu 12.10.2021 (published in Estonian)
- "Can a smart house be a 'backdoor' to your personal data?", co-author. www.rmp.ee, 07.01.2019 (published in Estonian)
- "Sale of an immovable or cutting right", co-author. www.rmp.ee, 12.12.2018 (published in Estonian)
- "What does it mean to sell real estate „as is “?", co-author. www.rmp.ee, 28.05.2018 (published in Estonian)
- "Does a construction work have a warranty?". www.rmp.ee, 22.05.2018 (published in Estonian)
2016– Lawyer, NJORD
2007– Landscape architect, OÜ Pärnu Instituut
2011–2012 Planning specialist, Jõelähtme Parish Government
2007–2013 Consultant, AS Skinest Energia
2006–2007 Architect, Keila City Government
2003–2006 Landscape architect, Entec AS (present business name: OÜ Entec Eesti)
2019 University of Tartu, MA in Law
2015 University of Tartu, BA in Law
2004 Estonian Agricultural University, BA in Landscape Architecture
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