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    04.07.14 Breakfast Roundtable with New York City Council Member Brad Lander – New Directions: Land Use and Housing in the de Blasio Era
    Brad Lander
    Monday, April 7
    8:30 am – 10 am

    Subotnick Center
    250 Joralemon St.

    RSVP online by Thursday, April 3, to

    Mitchell Korbey ‘03
    Partner and Chair, Land Use & Zoning Group 
    Herrick, Feinstein LLP;
    Adjunct Professor of Law
    Brooklyn Law School

    David Reiss
    Professor of Law and Director, 
    Community Development Clinic
    Brooklyn Law School

    Clarissa Wertman ‘15 
    Brooklyn Law School 

    About the Roundtable Discussion
    Mayor Bill de Blasio has made land use and housing policy an early focus of his administration. New York City Council member Brad Lander will offer his perspective, informed by many years as a community activist, on the land use and housing goals and policies announced by the Mayor and will discuss the role and agenda of the City Council in these areas. Council member Lander represents the 39th Council District in Brooklyn and is Deputy Leader for Policy. He is also a founder and Co-Chair of the Council’s Progressive Caucus. 

    This event is sponsored by Brooklyn Law School’s Center for Urban Business Entrepreneurship (CUBE).


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