Andrew Robinson is a Principal in the Real Estate Law and Transactions group with a practice focus on matters relating to land use, administrative law, commercial leasing, land development, complex real estate transactions and financing, medical cannabis law, business acquisitions/sales, general corporate matters, and civil litigation. Mr. Robinson has extensive experience representing clients facing homeowner association, landlord-tenant, real estate/construction disputes. He has assisted clients in processing subdivision and condominium development as well as in planning and zoning matters throughout the state.
POINTS OF DISTINCTION
In May 2018, Mr. Robinson was named the 2018 Business Advocate of the Year by the Howard County Chamber.
Mr. Robinson is also a U.S. Green Building Council, LEED Accredited Professional (LEED® AP) and is listed on the Green Building Certification Institute’s LEED® AP Directory under the legal area of practice. As a LEED accredited professional, Mr. Robinson has demonstrated a thorough understanding of the certification process for the LEED Green Building Rating System and can assist clients in developing, building and leasing green buildings.
Mr. Robinson also has been published in the University of Maryland School of Law’s 2005 Maryland legal history publication “The Voting Rights Cases of 1937: The Adoption of Voting Machine Technology in Baltimore City.”
AWARDS & HONORS
- Named one of “Howard County’s Finest Under 39” by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in 2012
- Graduate of Howard County Leadership Premier, Class of 2016
- Graduate of Leadership Howard County Leadership Essentials, 2009
- Business Advocate of the Year, Howard County Chamber 2018
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