Emily focuses her practice on land use, real estate and consumer and commercial real estate foreclosures. She represents individuals, business and government entities throughout Oregon. 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.
Emily is a member of Oregon Women Lawyers and she co-chairs the OWLS Leadership Committee. She is also a member of the Real Estate and Land Use Section of the Oregon State Bar and is active in “LEAP” (Leaders and Executives Across Professions). When not practicing law, Emily enjoys hiking, biking, rooting for the Thorns, and playing outside with her husband and two young daughters.