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Tori Phillips Gyulassy is a transactional associate in Miller Starr Regalia’s Walnut Creek office. Her practice focuses on negotiating and drafting leases for retail, office, restaurant, and warehouse space, as well as purchase and sale agreements for the acquisition and disposition of real property. Tori’s practice as a transactional associate focuses on advising companies on a variety of commercial real estate matters, including acquisition/dispositions (representing buyers and sellers) and retail, office and warehouse leasing (representing landlords and tenants). She also facilitates transactions by performing and documenting due diligence investigations, assisting with obtaining required third party approvals, and by negotiating and drafting other agreements that range from CC&R's to operating and partnership agreements.
Tori enjoys skiing in the winter and kiteboarding during the summer.
J.D., Stanford Law School (2014)
- Contra Costa Association of Realtors Scholarship, Recipient (2011, 2012)
- Foreign Language and Area Studies (Scholarship for Hungarian), Recipient (2013–2014)
- Stanford Law & Policy Review, Associate Editor
- Women of Stanford Law, Member
B.A., Economics, with Highest Honors, University of California, Davis (2011)
- Phi Beta Kappa
International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)
Stanford Professionals in Real Estate (SPIRE)
Tori is a bright and enthusiastic associate who will be a great addition to our Transactional Department.