Liana M. Kozlowski focuses her practice on land use, zoning, historic preservation, environmental, and administrative law. She represents property owners throughout all stages of development to ensure protection of property rights and compliance with local, state, and federal codes and regulations as well as any applicable restrictive covenants or other governing documents.
Liana has assumed primary and secondary responsibility for representing developers in complex, high-stakes administrative proceedings and litigation involving property rights and regulatory conflicts, including historic preservation matters, conflicts with condominium associations, disputes with local government, and claims brought under Titles II and III of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Fair Housing Act.
Prior to her legal career, Liana was a reporter for The Miami Herald, where she spent eight years covering local government matters throughout Miami-Dade County.
• Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) counsel and defense litigation
• Building department relations and permitting
• Building and life safety codes
• Land use and zoning
• Local government enforcement proceedings and appeals
Recognition & Leadership
Professional & Community Involvement
• Florida Association for Women Lawyers Miami-Dade Chapter (MDFAWL), 2016-2017
o Pro Bono Committee Chair, 2017
o Mentoring Committee Chair, 2016
• Teaching Fellow, Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Program, Washington, D.C., 2011-2012
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