Andrea E. Zelman concentrates her practice in land use and environmental law, including zoning matters, Developments of Regional Impact, comprehensive land use plans, Development Agreements, annexations, transportation issues, the Bert J. Harris Act, the drafting of land development regulations and land use litigation.
She regularly appears before local governments in order to obtain zoning and other development approvals for her clients. She has represented developers of projects of various sizes – including large mixed use communities, urban infill developments, hospital expansions, office complexes, shopping centers and apartment buildings.
Her experience in environmental law includes matters involving CERCLA, RCRA, Brownfield redevelopment, wetland mitigation, environmental litigation and representation before local, state and federal agencies. In 2017, Andrea was appointed by Mayor Buckhorn to the City of Tampa Charter Review Commission.
University of Florida Levin College of Law, J.D., 1984, Editor, Florida Law Review
University of Florida, B.S., 1980, with honors
U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida
The Florida Bar: Environmental and Land Use Law Section; City, County and Local Government Law Section
Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Tampa Alumni: Class of 2010
NAIOP (Commercial Real Estate Development Association): Board Member