Camille Taylor Ralston

Practice Emphasis and Experience

Business, Construction, Real Estate

Camille Taylor Ralston practices transactional real estate law with an emphasis on fast track closings. Clients include office, residential, industrial, retail, and mixed-use private developers; public use developers, including housing authorities and school districts; brokers; multiple and single-site tenants of all sizes; medical office developers, landlords and tenants; private lenders residential, condominium and commercial owners associations; shopping centers; and real estate investors.

She advises clients on transaction structuring, including like-kind tax deferred exchanges, financing, work-out agreements, assemblages, eminent domain, limited liability companies, partnerships, and participation agreements. Pre- and post-acquisition work may include title review, analysis and claims; lease analysis and enforcement; assisting clients with due diligence reviews and acquisition team coordination to extent desired by client; environmental risk analysis; preparation of easement, tenancy in common, and other use agreements; property-related agreements, including property management and construction contracts, cell site leases, restrictive covenants, and owners association documentation; and negotiated dispute resolution. Her goal is to be an invaluable member of each client’s real estate team.

Education

  • University of Washington, Seattle, WA
    Juris Doctor, 1981, With Honors
    American Jurisprudence Book Award in Real Estate
  • Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA
    Bachelor of Arts, 1977, Economics
    Graduated first in class, summa cum laude
    Phi Beta Kappa
  • Institute of European Studies, Paris, France
    Certificate in French Language, 1976

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