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Overview

Diego collaborates with clients on deals that have real-world impact, from development of utility-scale renewable energy projects to the renovation of urban spaces.

Diego is a commercial real estate attorney with a broad range of experience. He regularly represents clients in all aspects of purchase and sale transactions, lease and easement negotiations, title and survey diligence, and in real estate matters for large-scale mergers, acquisitions and financings. While Diego works primarily with developers of large-scale renewable energy projects, he’s an effective lawyer in many other contexts. He has represented clients on matters involving a wide variety of properties, from breweries and vineyards to shopping centers.

Diego is a practical and friendly lawyer. He finds great satisfaction in getting to know his clients and their objectives personally.


Services

Education

  • J.D., University of Oregon School of Law
    • Oregon State Bar’s 2016 Outstanding Corporate Law Student Award
    • Green Business Initiative Student Association, Co-Director
    • Energy Law and Policy Project at UO Energy and Natural Resources Center, Fellow
    • Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation, Executive Editor
  • B.A., University of Texas at Austin

Admissions

  • Texas
  • Oregon

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • American Bar Association

Languages

  • Spanish, proficient
Outside the Office

Diego likes to stay active and spends much of his free time outside, enjoying the Austin sunshine. He’s also creative and likes to casually write, sketch and paint whatever comes to mind. An Austin native, he loves to watch the Texas Longhorns.

Community Leadership

Diego is passionate about pro bono work. In the past, he’s helped nonprofit organizations protect wild and agricultural lands from development. He also cares about providing accessible legal advice to individuals with mental health issues and developmental disabilities.

Before his recent move back to Texas, Diego regularly staffed a legal clinic for homeless youth in Oregon. He looks forward to continuing his pro bono work in Austin.