Amy L. Hillman
Amy L. Hillman
Amy Hillman has over 20 years of experience representing clients in real estate development and finance. She is proactive and strategic in considering the business needs and goals of her clients. Amy is a trusted “deal architect” who handles all facets of complex commercial real estate transactions, including acquisition, finance, sale, leasing, ground leasing and zoning.
Amy is a skilled negotiator who focuses on the business and legal issues that matter most to her clients, while working collaboratively to bring deals to a successful close. Her clients include medical providers, commercial real estate owners, medical office and office developers and real estate investment trusts. Amy’s deal-focused and results-oriented approach drives her practice philosophy and enables her to achieve superior results for her clients.
Prior to joining Tatum Hillman & Powell, Amy was a partner with Tatum Levine & Powell, LLP (Atlanta, 2003-2009), and an associate in the real estate practice groups at Powell Goldstein, LLP (Atlanta, 2000-2003) and Morris, Manning and Martin, LLP (1998-2000).
J.D., University of Notre Dame
B.S., cum laude, Florida State University
Amy is active in community and civic affairs. She is a graduate of Leadership Forsyth (2000) and Leadership DeKalb (2003). She has volunteered with the Georgia High School Mock Trial Program, serving as an attorney coach for North Forsyth High School (2000) and for Grady High School (2001 and 2002). She has been invited to speak on topics related to her legal practice before various groups including the Georgia Planning Association (“Thinking Outside the Big Box” — Offering a Developer’s and Retailer’s perspective, 2005); section members of the Louisiana Bar Association (Developments in the Tort of Medical Monitoring, 2001); Georgia CLE classes (“Landlord Tenant Law A to Z” (2008) and Landlord and Tenant Law (2012, 2013, 2014); the National Association of Women Lawyers (2009); the Georgia State Bar Diversity Panel (2009); and the Georgia Association of Women Lawyers Leadership Academy (on leadership and mentoring (2010)). Amy co-authored a letter published by the American Bar Association, Commission on Women in the Profession, in The Road to Independence (ABA, 2011).
Amy is an adjunct professor at Emory University School of Law, Atlanta, Georgia. Amy also serves as Vice Chair of the Board of Directors for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Foundation.
Amy is an active volunteer for Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic School and the Buckhead Forest Civic Association.