Amanda C. Tullidge, Esq.
Real Estate Law, Banking Law

Blalock Walters is pleased to announce that real estate attorney Amanda C. Tullidge has been named a principal of the firm.

Amanda joined Blalock Walters in 2013 and is a member of the firm’s real estate and banking practice groups. Her practice is in commercial and residential real estate law, with a focus on commercial leasing, commercial transactions, and residential real estate.

Amanda is a Licensed Realtor®, a member of Realtor Association of Sarasota and Manatee, serves on the Manatee County Bar Association Young Lawyers Division board of directors and is a member of Lakewood Ranch Business Alliance and Manatee Young Professionals. She was named Finalist for both 2019 Sarasota Young Professional of the Year and Manatee Young Professional MVP. Active in the community, Amanda serves as board member and grants chairperson of Lakewood Ranch Community Foundation and co-founded Cheers for Charity, a women’s giving circle comprised of over 30 young professional women who raise funds for local nonprofit organizations.

“Since joining Blalock Walters immediately upon graduation from the University of Florida, I knew it was a special place to work,” says Amanda. “The commitment to producing high-end legal work that would make a difference in the community was evident. I am honored to be joining the ranks of the talented partners here. I look forward to continuing to represent parties in a wide range of real property matters.”

“Amanda has made a difference in our firm not just through her thorough and attentive care of her clients but also in how she gives back,” says Managing Partner Matthew Plummer. “Through her many years of leadership with the bar and local nonprofit organizations, you can see her active engagement and her passion for her community.”

Amanda earned her B.A., cum laude, from University of Florida and her J.D., magna cum laude; Order of the Coif, from University of Florida Levin College of Law. She can be reached at 941.748.0100 or

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