Shaine T. Alleman is a member of the Land Use and Zoning practice group. Shaine has over 10 years of experience in real estate, zoning, land use, and governmental relations. He utilizes his broad interdisciplinary knowledge and experience in regional and urban planning to solve development and real estate challenges for his clients throughout the Phoenix metropolitan area. This includes providing solutions for all aspects of land use and zoning entitlement processing and development, executing strategies for public and government relations, preparing zoning code standards, and site development planning.
Prior to pursuing a legal career, Shaine was an urban planner for a private land planning firm and with some of the best local law firms. He has also served as a faculty associate at the Arizona State University’s College of Design, as a course instructor for the Form-Based Codes Institute, and has lectured extensively on current urban planning practices, traditional neighborhood development, and other real estate law topics.