Heather Jo Allen

Heather Jo Allen: Attorney with Dunay, Miskel and Backman, LLP


Heather Jo Allen is an associate with Dunay, Miskel and Backman, LLP, practicing in the firm's Land Use & Zoning group. Heather assists in all aspects of the development process, including comprehensive land use plan amendments, environmental permitting, due diligence and preparing development applications for submittal to local governmental agencies. Prior to pursuing her LL.M. in Ocean and Coastal Law, Heather was a Student Attorney at Tulane Environmental Law Clinic as well as a Public Service Extern in the Gulf Restoration Network in New Orleans, LA. In her spare time, Heather likes to travel, read, and compete in triathlons.

Areas of Practice (2)

  • City, County & Local Govt Law
  • Environmental & Land Use Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
561-221-0522  Phone
561-368-9274  Fax
Law School Attended:
Tulane University Law School, J.D., 2013; University of Miami School of Law, LL.M., Ocean and Coastal Law
Year of First Admission:
2013, Florida

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Boca Raton, Florida

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