Amanda Salvione is an associate attorney with Radix Law. Her practice focuses on real estate, business formation and structuring and finance law. Amanda aims to represent clients in a cost-efficient manner by identifying key issues and focusing on the resources needed to achieve their goals. In business law, her experience includes negotiating, preparing and managing contracts, business formation and structuring, mergers and acquisition, private equity and venture capital transactions, corporate governance and the implementation of day-to-day procedures. In real estate law, she concentrates on assisting clients with financing, leasing and selling multi-family and commercial properties. Amanda also assists with commercial litigation where alternative solutions to legal issues are no longer available.
A native of Arizona, Amanda graduated from Arizona Summit Law School in December of 2013 with an award of Most Practice Ready Student. She also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Global Business Management from Arizona State University. In 2009 – 2010, Amanda served as a legislative intern to the Arizona Secretary of State, under Secretary Bennet, and continues to follow local elections, legislation and political issues. Amanda is an active Arizona State Bar member, serving as Secretary to the Young Lawyer Division Executive Council as well as liaison and convention committee chair for the Real Property Section. She has held membership in the Sandra Day O’Connor American Inn of Courts since 2012, serving as a Pupillage Group Leader in 2015-2016. She also actively supports the State Bar continuing legal education by presenting programs, preparing and authoring materials and serving on panels for multiple presentations since 2013. In 2016, she presented a seminar on crowdfunding for the State Bar Association with Jon Frutkin and on representing small businesses with Stephanie Fierro.
Outside of the office, Amanda enjoys spending quality time with her children, hiking and photography.