Monaco Named Secretary of Florida Bar's Environmental and Land Use Law Section

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Orlando, Fla. - Burr & Forman LLP is pleased to announce that Orlando-based Counsel, Vivien Monaco was elected as Secretary of the Environmental and Land Use Law Section of The Florida Bar. She will serve in this capacity for the 2014-2015 year.

Vivien is a member of the firm's Banking and Real Estate Practice Group with a focus on serving public and private real estate clients in areas related to environmental, land use, zoning and growth management law. Monaco serves public and private clients in areas related to land use, zoning, growth management, and environmental law, assisting them with matters relating to transportation, impact fee, permitting, approvals and entitlement issues. She is a Florida Bar board-certified lawyer in City, County and Local Government Law.

Vivien is the former Treasurer of The Florida Bar's Environmental and Land Use Section, and the former chair of the City, County and Local Government Section.

The Environmental and Land Use Law Section of The Florida Bar provides a forum for attorneys to share in the technical and legal knowledge which relates to the field of environmental and land use law. The Section provides numerous seminars and workshops as well as publications on the environment and the use of land. The Section has also published a treatise "Florida Environmental and Land Use Law" as a comprehensive guide.


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