Los Angeles, California 90071
Chris Funk has represented numerous developers, corporations and financial institutions with respect to real estate development, land use and environmental matters. The projects he has handled range from major office buildings, shopping centers and mixed-use structures to master-planned communities, multi-residential housing and urban redevelopment.
During his career, Chris has also dealt with a number of land development, regulatory and environmental assessment matters for public agencies throughout California, including the development of a metropolitan transit system and a regional airport terminal.
Prior to commencing private practice in 1979, Chris served as a deputy Los Angeles city attorney, advising the city council, the planning commission and other city boards and commissions regarding land use and environmental law.
Chris has been a lecturer in land use and environmental law at USC and UCLA and for various professional organizations, including UCLA Extension, the California Continuing Education of the Bar and the Association of Environmental Professionals.
Among his professional activities, Chris has served on the executive committee of the Urban Land Institute L.A.
|Areas of Practice||1) Real Estate and 2) Development|
|Law School||Harvard Law School, J.D., 1971|
|Education||University of Southern California, B.A., 1966|
|Bar Member / Association||California State Bar Association|
|Most recent firm||Alston & Bird LLP|
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