Mr. Rodriguez practices in the areas of community economic development and affordable housing. He provides legal advice to public agencies on administrative and transactional matters and to housing developers on the structuring of affordable housing transactions and New Markets Tax Credit transactions. His work includes reviewing and drafting of agreements, including disposition and development agreements, purchase and sale agreements, ground lease agreements, and assisting in closing real estate transactions. In the past, Mr. Rodriguez has organized and conducted affordable housing and New Markets Tax Credit workshops for agencies and nonprofit groups.
A.B., University of California, Los Angeles. Masters in Social Sciences, emphasis in Sociology, University of Chicago. J.D., University of California, Los Angeles. Managing Editor of the Chicano-Latino Law Review.