Heather Gould

Heather Gould is a partner in the firm, practicing in the areas of affordable housing, community economic development and real estate finance. Ms. Gould represents developers in the development, financing and management of affordable housing projects. She also represents numerous public agencies on real estate, land use, and community economic development issues. She has drafted and negotiated disposition and development agreements, joint development agreements, construction contracts, leases, and related acquisition and financing documents for complex affordable housing projects and commercial and mixed-use developments. Ms. Gould has special expertise on fair housing and is the co-author of Between the Lines, a Question and Answer Guide on Issues in Supportive Housing, which was updated in 2010.

Education

B.A., magna cum laude, Carleton College. J.D., Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California, Berkeley.

Previous Employment

State of Minnesota Attorney General’s Office, Legal Assistant.

Professional and Volunteer Affiliations

State Bar of California.  Former board member, Oakland’s Citywide Community Land Trust.

Contact

hgould@goldfarblipman.com

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