The Legal Towns blog is an ongoing effort to look at the rules and customs that shape urban development. It is part journal, part sounding board.
Theo Mackey Pollack has a master’s degree in City & Regional Planning from the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University. He is also a graduate of the Rutgers Law School in Newark.
Theo is a practicing attorney in the State of New Jersey, a code development consultant, and works on post-Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts in New York City. He has done research for the Center for Urban Policy Research, the Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute, and the Regional Plan Association. His work has appeared in the New Jersey TOD Newsletter, the Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute’s white papers series, and The American Conservative.
Theo can be reached by e-mail or phone:
telephone: +1 973.303.6860