Law Practice

Emily’s practice is focused on representing financial institutions and businesses in real estate and financial transactions, and loan documentation. Her practice has also included land use and civil litigation.  Emily’s broad experience includes assisting with litigation involving government contracts, business disputes, and employment discrimination.  Prior to joining Tomasi Salyer Martin, Emily worked as an associate with Zarin & Steinmetz, a New York land use and real estate firm, and as an independent attorney handling a variety of land use, real estate and litigation matters for firms across Oregon.  Emily is also an entrepreneur who co-founded a patient advocacy business connecting low income patients with funding sources for their prescription medication.

Representative Matters

  • Loan Documentation
  • Real Estate and Financial Transactions

Community Involvement & Personal

Emily is a member of Oregon Women Lawyers and she co-chairs the OWLS Leadership Committee.  She is also Treasurer of Housing Land Advocates and a member of the Debtor-Creditor Section and the Real Estate and Land Use Section of the Oregon State Bar.  When not practicing law, Emily enjoys hiking, biking, rooting for the Thorns, and playing outside with her husband and two young daughters.

Practice Groups

Education

Pace University School of Law, Juris Doctor, cum laude
University of Dayton, Bachelor of Science, Biology

Admissions

Oregon State Bar
New York State Bar
Washington State Bar Association

Professional Associations

Oregon Women Lawyers – Leadership Committee, Co-Chair
Oregon State Bar – Real Estate/Land Use Section, Member
Washington State Bar, Member
Multnomah Bar Association, Member
Housing Land Advocates –  Treasurer