Amber Philogene represents clients in a variety of complex commercial real estate transactions, including all facets of acquisition, disposition, development, financing, and leasing.
Amber has experience representing corporate clients in the acquisition and disposition of real property for health care, industrial, and retail projects as well as regional and national lenders with real estate secured lending for multifamily, homebuilder, health care, and retail ventures. She has also performed due diligence reviews of title, surveys, and leases for investors, lenders, and other corporate entities.
Amber maintains an active pro bono practice, including representing immigrants seeking asylum in the United States and drafting volunteer agreements and liability releases for nonprofit organizations.
Prior to attending law school, Amber worked as an environmental educator and received the 2015 White House Champion of Change Award for Climate Education and Literacy.
- Emory University (J.D. with honors 2018); University of Phoenix (M.Ed. summa cum laude 2013); North Carolina A&T State University (B.A. in Journalism summa cum laude 2009)