Rachel Kiyoko Atchison

Tonkon Torp LLP
1600 Pioneer Tower
888 SW Fifth Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97204

PHONE: 503.802.5732
EMAIL: rachel.atchison@tonkon.com
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Rachel is an associate in the firm's Business Department. She focuses her practice on various real estate matters including commercial purchases and sales, land use, and transactions involving renewable energy. Rachel's practice also includes corporate work in mergers and acquisitions, entity formation, corporate governance, and drafting and negotiating contracts.
 
Rachel is a 2013, magna cum laude, graduate of Lewis & Clark Law School, where she earned a Dean’s Scholarship for academic merit and earned the Oregon State Bar Securities Section Scholarship. Rachel was voted outstanding associate editor of the Environmental Law Review and was a member of the Asian/Pacific American Student Union and the Business Law Society. As a law student, she worked as a summer associate at Tonkon Torp for two consecutive years.
Rachel is an associate in the firm's Business Department. She focuses her practice on various real estate matters including commercial purchases and sales, land use, and transactions involving renewable energy. Rachel's practice also includes corporate work in mergers and acquisitions, entity formation, corporate governance, and drafting and negotiating contracts.
 
Rachel is a 2013, magna cum laude, graduate of Lewis & Clark Law School, where she earned a Dean’s Scholarship for academic merit and earned the Oregon State Bar Securities Section Scholarship. Rachel was voted outstanding associate editor of the Environmental Law Review and was a member of the Asian/Pacific American Student Union and the Business Law Society. As a law student, she worked as a summer associate at Tonkon Torp for two consecutive years.
An associate in Tonkon's Business Law department, Rachel relishes her real esate and corporate law career. Her buttoned down legal persona is only half the story, however. After work, she indulges her alter ego as a guitarist and songwriter. Co-founder of the metal band, Murderess, Rachel has performed over 400 gigs around the U.S. Inspired by bands like Sacrilege and Celtic Frost, she concedes that her professional life and her hobby couldn't be more different, but she wouldn't trade either. She and her husband (also a musician) love the music scene in Portland.