Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301
Debbie M. Orshefsky is a shareholder in the firm's Fort Lauderdale office and is Co-Chair of the firm's Land Development Practice. Her practice is exclusively in the areas of land development and environmental law. Ms. Orshefsky began her career in Washington, D.C. representing developers and local governments before federal administrative agencies in the late 1970s. Upon relocating to Florida in 1980, Ms. Orshefsky gained an intimate knowledge of the land use planning process representing private developers and governmental agencies as special counsel. Ms. Orshefsky's focus in land development and environmental law has given her broad experience in comprehensive planning, zoning, subdivision controls, community redevelopment, infrastructure planning and financing, as well as state, regional and local roles in land use decision-making.
|Areas of Practice||1) Land Development, 2) Environmental, 3) Hospitality, 4) Green Building & Sustainable Development, 5) Global Energy & Infrastructure and 6) Education|
|Law School||J.D., The George Washington University Law School, 1979|
|Education||B.A., summa cum laude, Urban Studies, Washington University in St. Louis, 1975|
|Bar Member / Association||State bar of District of Columbia, State bar of Florida|
|Most recent firm||Greenberg Traurig LLP|
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