Miller Starr Regalia (MSR), a preeminent California real estate law firm for more than 50 years, announced today that Andrew Crowl is joining the firm’s Walnut Creek headquarters as an associate in the Common Interest Development practice group.
Andrew Crowl is a transactional associate in Miller Starr Regalia’s Common Interest Development Practice Group. Andrew helps clients operate and maintain residential, commercial, and mixed-use common interest developments by preparing articles of incorporation, bylaws, covenants, conditions, and restrictions, land-sharing agreements, easements, and related documents. He assists builder and developer clients with obtaining Final Subdivision Public Reports from the California Department of Real Estate and advises them on issues including the Subdivision Map Act, Subdivided Lands Act, Commercial and Industrial Common Interest Development Act, Davis-Stirling Act and the Right to Repair Law (SB 800).
Prior to joining Miller Starr Regalia, Andrew worked at Hughes Gill Cochrane & Tinetti where he represented common interest developments in their day-to-day management and operation.
J.D., University of San Francisco School of Law (2010)
- Maritime Law Journal - Technical Editor
B.A., Whitman College, Political Science (2005)
Awards & Recognition
Super Lawyers Northern California Rising Star (2018-2020)
United States District Court - Northern District of California