When you’re around enormously successful people you realize their success isn’t an accident – it’s about work.
Joe Striler is an associate attorney who works in our Real Estate practice group out of our Phoenix office. Before starting his career in transactional work, Joe spent two years working for a real estate litigation firm. His experience in litigation matters, including residential and commercial disputes for developers and homeowners, informs his current transactional work. He is adept at advancing client goals through the preparation and revision of purchase and sale agreements, leases, CC&Rs, financing documents, and any other needs of developers and homebuilders. Joe has a particular interest in tax that helps guide his real estate work, and he has additional experience in mergers and acquisitions, capital gains transactions, estate planning, and government relations.
Joe’s career trajectory has always been driven by a passion for combining his experience in both law and business. During business school, he created a start-up company and was recognized as the top student in economics along with the top GPA in the business school. He soon realized that as an attorney, rather than working in one specific business niche, he would be able to represent diverse clients with unique needs. To this day, he enjoys becoming an expert in his clients’ fields in order to make a more profound impact on their organization.
Outside of work, Joe plays piano and guitar for the band “High Hanging Fruit,” a group that jams everything from punk rock to modern pop. He also plays soccer on the weekends and spends many joyous moments with his new dog, Millie.
- J.D., Arizona State University, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law
- B.S., Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business, Saint Louis University
AREAS OF PRACTICE
Our real estate practice is one of the largest in the American West, including Arizona, California, Colorado and Nevada with experience in all aspects of the real estate development process, from due diligence, acquisition and finance, through land use permitting and entitlements, to leasing and sale.