Armand Resto-Spotts


Armand has a diverse range of municipal experience, having practiced in both Washington and Oregon, and represented both private and public entities in various land use, real estate, and environmental law matters. He has served as in-house counsel for a flood control and drainage district, represented housing developers in land use review and permitting, and advised special districts and cities as outside counsel on governance and records issues. Throughout his legal career, Armand has had the opportunity to work in and around the landscape of municipal law and administration, and strives to bring this universal perspective into his work and solution-oriented legal advice.


Armand is a “platypus,” having graduated from Oregon State University and the University of Oregon School of Law. He has worked in and lived up and down the I-5 corridor throughout the northwest. Recently returning to Eugene, Armand is an avid birder, baseball enthusiast, vinyl collector, and devoted dog dad. He enjoys finding new places to explore and hang with his family in the wider Willamette Valley.


J.D., University of Oregon School of Law (2015)
B.S., Environmental Science, Oregon State University (2012)

Practice Areas

  • Land Use
  • Real Estate
  • Municipal Law