Travis D. Hughes
Atlanta law firm Pursley Friese Torgrimson announced the addition of Travis D. Hughes. He joined the firm on July 17 as of counsel.
“With the addition of Travis, we continue to grow our commercial real estate practice in Atlanta,” said Managing Partner Stephanie Friese. “He is a passionate and knowledgeable attorney who will be an important asset to our transactional team and a benefit to our clients.”
Hughes will represent commercial real estate investors, landlords and tenants in various types of office transactions, including leasing, acquisitions, and dispositions.
“I am excited to join the team at Pursley Friese Torgrimson,” said Hughes. “PFT is a firm that has a proven track record of achieving for its clients meaningful results that impact their bottom lines.”
Previously, Hughes served as vice president of transaction services in the Atlanta office of a national commercial real estate brokerage firm. He graduated from Washington University School of Law and received his undergraduate degree from Harvard University. He is licensed with the State Bar of Georgia, the Missouri Bar, and the Georgia Real Estate Commission.
Pursley Friese Torgrimson is led by Charles N. Pursley Jr., Stephanie Friese (Aron) and Christian F. Torgrimson. The energy behind forming Pursley Friese Torgrimson began as mutual respect and direct professional collaboration between the three founding partners. Torgrimson has practiced real property and eminent domain/condemnation law with Charles Pursley Jr. for 18 years. For more than a decade, Friese and Torgrimson have shared a professional alliance that spanned leadership positions at Georgia Association for Women Lawyers, frequent commercial real estate client collaboration, as well as CREW involvement. Their collaborative legal expertise, passion and shared principles fueled the formation of a formal partnership, Pursley Friese Torgrimson LLP, in 2013.
The firm is certified woman-owned and woman-managed that advocates on behalf of businesses and property owners, corporate real estate executives, real property investors, real estate developers, landlords, tenants, franchisors and franchisees, property managers and real estate brokers and their financial lending institutions.