Mark A. Manulik
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Mark Manulik represents a broad range of real estate development companies, investors and mortgage lenders, with the focus of his practice being in the areas of commercial real estate law and real estate lending. Prior to joining Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt in 1987, Mr. Manulik was a partner with the Houston law firm of Childs, Fortenbach, Beck & Guyton.
Professional & Community Activities
Mr. Manulik is a member of the Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law sections of the Oregon (Mortgage Lending Opinion Committee) and Washington Bars, the Oregon Mortgage Bankers Association, and the International Council of Shopping Centers. Mr. Manulik has spoken at several seminars on commercial real estate issues and written articles on a variety of commercial real estate subjects, including Chapter 3, Rights of First Refusal and Options to Purchase Real Property, Oregon State Bar Real Estate Handbook (1992 and supplements), Chapter 3, Easements, Principles of Oregon Real Estate Law, Oregon State Bar (1995 and supplements), and Chapter 14, Lawyers' Opinions in Oregon Real Estate Transactions, Documentation of Real Estate Transactions, Oregon State Bar (2001 and supplements; contributing author). He is a Fellow of the American College of Mortgage Attorneys and has served as the President of that organization. Mr. Manulik also is a member of ACREL (the American College of Real Estate Lawyers) and serves as the ACMA representative on the Joint Editorial Board for Uniform Real Property Acts, which advises NCCUSL (the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws) regarding real estate legislation. He has been listed in Chambers USA as a leading lawyer for his work in real estate law, has been selected by his peers as an Oregon Super Lawyer and for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America for his work in the field of real estate, and was named Lawyer of the Year in Real Estate Law in 2012 for the Portland region by The Best Lawyers in America. Mr. Manulik is rated AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell.
Mr. Manulik has been involved in a variety of community activities, including coaching of youth soccer, basketball and softball; serving as President and Director of the Ainsworth Foundation, and as the President of the Portland Youth Philharmonic Association; performing volunteer work for Loaves and Fishes and Habitat for Humanity; fundraising coordination for the Lincoln Foundation and the Community Transitional School; serving as a director of the YMCA Sacajawea Nation; and performing pro bono work for The Trust for Public Land, The Nature Conservancy, The East County Legal Clinic, and New Avenues for Youth.
Admitted to Practice
Oregon State Courts
Washington State Courts
Texas State Courts (inactive status)
University of Houston Law Center, Juris Doctor degree (1978)
University of Texas, Bachelor of Arts degree (1975)