Michelle Lagos is an Associate in the Firm's Real Estate Department.
Michelle represents landlords and tenants in various leasing transactions, including initial leases, assignments, subleases, options, and subordination, non-disturbance and attornment agreements. She also provides entity formation services. Each form of entity has advantages and disadvantages, and Michelle helps her clients understand their options.
Prior to attending law school, Michelle began her real estate career at Grubb & Ellis Company, where Michelle was a commercial real estate broker specializing in the leasing and purchase and sale of office and retail properties. Subsequently, she served as the Director of Leasing at Boulevard Investment Group, a privately held healthcare real estate investment company. Michelle also served as a Senior Asset Manager at Meridian, a subsidiary of Marcus & Millichap Company. During law school, Michelle volunteered at Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) and served as the Treasurer of the Health Law & Bioethics Association.
Community & Professional
Los Angeles County Bar Association, Crocker Commercial Real Estate Symposium Planning Committee Member
Real Estate Association of Latinx Professionals (REAL), Founding Board Member
Focused on advancing, mentoring and educating Latinx professionals in commercial real estate.
Long Beach Community Design Center, Board Member
Provide pro-bono planning and other services to low-income and underserved communities and nonprofit organizations.
Kids in Need of Defense (KIND), former volunteer
Uphold children’s right to due process and fundamental fairness and ensure no child appears in immigration court without high-quality legal representation.
J.D., Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
B.A., History, Minor in Spanish, University of California, Los Angeles