May 23, 2022

Volume XII, Number 143


Julie P. Kendig-Schrader

Julie P. Kendig-Schrader represents both the public and private sector in land use and environmental matters and administrative litigation. She works with clients to create public/private partnerships for infrastructure needs, particularly those related to transportation. With sustainability concerns and initiatives cutting across virtually all sectors of business today, Julie strives to keep her clients ahead of the curve to maximize opportunities and minimize unnecessary costs and risks.

Prior to joining the firm, Julie was with the South Florida Water Management District Office of Counsel.


  • Complex land use and environmental authorizations, including developments of regional impact, comprehensive plan amendments, environmental permitting and land development regulation drafting and implementation

  • Rural lands entitlement, sustainable development and conservation uses

  • Public private partnerships and infrastructure provision

  • Climate change, transit oriented development and green building issues  

  • Impact fees/concurrency issues

  • Land use and environmental administrative and civil litigation and appeals

  • Community development district (CDD) formation

  • Wetlands, endangered species and environmental permitting

  • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Title III, building code compliance

  • Annexation issues

  • Agricultural classifications and other taxation issues, including appeals to the Value Adjustment Board

  • Consumptive use permitting and issues

  • Environmental regulatory regimes, including RCRA and CERCLA

  • Carbon credits

  • Green building & sustainable development

  • Global energy & infrastructure


Articles in the National Law Review database by Julie P. Kendig-Schrader