Bob Villamana (Ret.)
Bob Villamana currently serves as an Of Counsel for the firm. He is a highly experienced lawyer who fully appreciates how legal issues and entanglements impact the individual lives and businesses of his clients. With an emphasis drawing on his broad background, including many years as a Certified Real Estate Specialist, Bob uses his intellect, creativity, and years of experience to negotiate resolutions that minimize the discomfort and expense of clients’ legal disputes.
During law school, Bob clerked for Waterfall and subsequently joined it after serving in the U.S. Air Force as a First Lieutenant. During his early years with Waterfall, Bob worked in a broad range of areas. As Tucson and the firm grew, he settled into a business and real estate-based practice. He has served clients in this capacity for many decades.
U.S. District Court, District of Arizona
State Bar of Arizona (Member) – Certified Specialist in Real Estate Law
Pima County Bar Association (Member)
Forum Committee on the Construction Industry of the American Bar Association (Charter member)
Southern Arizona Home Builders Association (Member for 20 years)
Pima County Real Estate Research Council (Former board member)
Member of the Real Estate Advisory Commission of the State Bar of Arizona (which assists the Supreme Court in certifying Arizona lawyers as real estate specialists) for six years.
Georgetown University (1969)
University of Arizona, College of Law (J.D., 1972)
Bob served on the Board of Directors for the Boys and Girls Club for six years. Bob has been a top fundraiser for Big Brothers/Big Sisters and he received the Champion’s Award in 2005 and 2009, and was honored at the 21st Annual National Philanthropy Day Celebration for his achievements as a Big Brothers Big Sisters fundraiser for more than 20 years. He presently is a member of the Advisory Board.
He is a fellow of the Arizona Bar Foundation, and received an award from the Pima County Bar Association for providing pro bono legal services.
Bob has served on various owner association boards, including the Board of Directors of the Skyline Country Club for six years and Sports Village III Owners Association for seven years.
Arbitration and Mediation
Business and Commercial
Design and Construction