Alysha A. Yagoda


Alysha A. Yagoda

1024 449 Karr Tuttle Campbell

Alysha Yagoda is a shareholder at Karr Tuttle Campbell who focuses her practice on business, real estate and corporate law. She often assists companies, investors, and mortgage lenders in complex commercial real estate transactions, with a particular emphasis on the acquisition, development and disposition of multi-family projects.

Alysha Yagoda is a business, real estate, and corporate attorney. She often assists development companies, investors, and mortgage lenders in complex commercial real estate transactions, with particular emphasis on the acquisition, development, and disposition of multi-family projects as well as the financing and development of residential properties. In addition, Alysha has represented commercial lenders in vessel financing and other transactions involving maritime collateral.

Alysha previously clerked for the Honorable Ann Schindler of the Washington State Court of Appeals and served as an extern for the Honorable Andrea Darvas of the King County Superior Court.

Prior to law school, Alysha worked as Coordinator and Administrator for the Human Subjects Review Committee at the Seattle Institute of Biomedical and Clinical Research. There, she screened proposals to ensure design and performance of human subjects research protocols met federal, state, and institutional regulations and policies and advised committee members on applicable regulations, guidance protocols, and institutional precedent during review of research protocols.

  • William H. Dwyer Inn of Court, Board of Directors
  • Save Their Smiles
  • Washington State Bar
  • J.D., University of Washington School of Law
  • B.A., Columbia University

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