William DiCamillo practices in the areas of community economic development, affordable housing, and real estate finance. Mr. DiCamillo represents developers in the development, financing and operation of affordable housing projects. In addition, he also represents numerous public agencies on real estate and community economic development issues. He has drafted and negotiated disposition and development agreements, joint development agreements, construction contracts, long-term leases, and related acquisition and financing documents for complex affordable housing projects and commercial and mixed-use developments, including publicly owned stadiums, event centers and theaters. In addition, William has extensive experience in advising public agencies throughout all phases of the development process, such as issues related to developer selection, project construction and development, contract disputes, and the workout and restructuring of publicly supported projects.
Prior to attending law school William worked at a social services organization providing direct services to the homeless in downtown Oakland.
B.A., magna cum laude, State University of New York, Buffalo. Phi Beta Kappa. J.D., University of California, Los Angeles.
Travelers Aid Society of Alameda County, Case Manager.
State Bar of California. State Bar of New York. The District of Columbia Bar.
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