Sayuri is the newest addition to Harrison & Gammons, joining the firm in 2023. Sayuri is a native Texan. She attended The University of Texas (Hook ‘em) and earned her undergraduate degree in Education. Thereafter, she served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Grenada as a teacher trainer. Afterwards she attended Southern Methodist University for her law degree.
Sayuri practiced in Dallas for 10 years mostly in complex commercial litigation and bankruptcy matters in state and federal courts, representing financial institutions, transportation companies, and food industry corporations. She returned to public service in 2006 and served as an Assistant City Attorney for the City of Dallas. One of her personal points of pride was being recognized as the 2002 “Attorney of the Year” by the Dallas Bar Association for her service to the community performing pro bono work. More recently, after moving to Alabama, she practiced in the area of family law and has transitioned to handling matters involving real estate.
Sayuri is driven to help clients navigate through the legal process and to make sound decisions in securing the best possible outcome for their situation. Her clients include those who value a constructive and thoughtful approach to finding solutions.
With Sayuri, it’s all about the client and helping them figure out what’s best for now and in the future.
Outside of taking care of clients, Sayuri enjoys volunteering in the community as a sports photographer. She mostly takes pictures of local Huntsville Track Club races that her husband participates in and Huntsville High’s soccer, cross country teams. Now that she is an “empty nester,” she enjoys spending time with her husband and their two dogs, Barkley and Turtle. She especially loves hanging out with them outdoors on walks, bikes or hikes around Huntsville.
- Real Estate Law
- Civil Litigation
- Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law, J.D., 1999
- The University of Texas, B.A., 1996
- Alabama, 2019
- U.S District/Bankruptcy Court N. District of Alabama, 2020
- Mississippi, 2009
- U.S District/ Bankruptcy Court N. District of Mississippi, 2009
- Texas, 1999
- U.S District/ Bankruptcy Court N. District of Texas, 2003
- U.S District/ Bankruptcy Court E. District of Texas, 2003
- U.S District/ Bankruptcy Court S. District of Texas, 2004
- U.S District/ Bankruptcy Court W. District of Texas, 2004