Alicia Lewis is a Partner at Kelley Kronenberg where she focuses her practice on land-use, zoning, procurement, environmental, and municipal law. Alicia successfully represents real estate developers, private property owners, municipalities, and private companies before federal, state, and local government agencies to obtain land-use plan amendments, rezonings, site plan approvals, platting, variances, special exceptions. Alicia also handles building permit issues, code enforcement hearings, and government procurement matters.
Prior to joining Kelley Kronenberg, Alicia was a Senior Attorney at a national full-service Am Law 200 firm where she led major real estate development teams, negotiated land development guidelines, drafted development agreements, and worked with community leaders on behalf of clients. Alicia also served as the Assistant City Attorney for El Portal, FL and Opalocka, FL.
Alicia received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Auburn University and then went on to earn a Master’s of Public Administration from The University of Alabama at Birmingham where she was a member of the Public Administration Honor society and held a Public Policy Externship. Ms. Lewis then received her Juris Doctor degree from The University of Alabama School of Law where she was the Senior Editor of the Civil Rights & Civil Liberties Law Review, Regional Fundraising Chair for the National Black Law Students Association, as well as a member of the Bench & Bar Legal Honor Society and Trial Advocacy Team.