Lisa Gluckstein advises clients on a variety of land use and real estate development matters, with a focus on the land use entitlement process and environmental review under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).
Prior to joining Coblentz, Lisa was a fellow with the World Resources Institute in Mexico City. During her fellowship, she analyzed how Mexico’s national, state, and local governments can coordinate planning and legal systems to advance environmental sustainability and spatial justice and the allocation of urban resources, infrastructure, and services.
Lisa earned her J.D. from Harvard Law School, where she founded and served as the President of the Harvard Law School Urbanists. She earned her B.A. from Williams College in Art History & Practice, with a concentration in Cognitive Science.