Elise Holtzman Gerson
Land Development & Government Relations
Elise focuses her land use and government relations practice on guiding clients through land use issues and representing clients in all levels of the procurement process. Elise understands how law and policy influence business and development, and her grasp of the political dynamics in South Florida makes her an invaluable advocate on behalf of her clients. This is particularly true when she helps navigate clients through the RFP and/or administrative bid protest process.
Elise is a published author and former Articles Editor for the University of Florida Law Review.
Before joining the Firm, I worked on several political campaigns, both local and national. It was fascinating work because most people who run for office genuinely seek to affect change in their respective communities. I believe the law provides me the same opportunities without certain limitations inherent to politics. Historically, our team has been involved in projects that have shaped South Florida and improved the lives of many. The clients we represent are revolutionizing transit, public housing, and many other industries in ways that bring sustainable improvements to our community while also making Miami a place where cutting-edge firms want to invest and creative people want to live.
My work is rewarding and the Firm's Land Development and Government Relations practice gives me an opportunity to work on innovative and tangible solutions to problems right at home.
EducationUniversity of Florida, J.D., magna cum laude, Order of the Coif, 2017University of Maryland, B.A., Government Politics and American History, 2014
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