Alison Krumbein's practice focuses on environmental and land use counseling and litigation. Ms. Krumbein has experience advising public agencies in all aspects of land use law, including planning, zoning, environmental review under CEQA and NEPA, affordable housing, green building, historic preservation, wetlands regulation, coastal development, water supply, development agreements, the Williamson Act, and the Endangered Species Act. Ms. Krumbein also has experience defending writ of mandate proceedings. She has worked on permitting and entitlements for residential, retail, commercial, office, historic preservation and solar projects.
Formerly an associate with the Land Use Group at Bingham McCutchen, Ms. Krumbein served as review editor of the 26th edition of Curtin's California Land Use and Planning Law. Prior to attending law school, Ms. Krumbein worked as a legislative aide for San Francisco Supervisor Barbara Kaufman from 1997 until 2000.
Ms. Krumbein graduated magna cum laude from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, where she served on the editorial board of the Hastings Law Journal.