Liz Rogers is a land use attorney who helps clients secure zoning approvals in Montgomery County, the City of Rockville, Washington, DC and Prince George's County. She works on projects for developers of mixed-use, commercial and residential buildings, educational institutions, religious organizations, and individual property owners.
Liz merges a background in community planning with a thorough understanding of land use and zoning laws. Her background in interior design provides her with an understanding of the fine details of construction and design, allowing her to work effectively with project members like architects and engineers to develop technically sound plans.
Liz has provided assistance to clients through all stages of the development process, starting with zoning feasibility and due diligence, working throughout the process of obtaining various development and administrative approvals (such as sketch plans, site plans, special exceptions and variances), and assisting project engineers to obtain the necessary post-approvals and permits to help meet project construction schedules. She also has experience working on real estate matters involving easements, leases, subdivision approvals and deeds.
Liz, who was born and raised in Arizona, is an avid runner who enjoys running half-marathons. She also enjoys gardening, hiking and spending time outdoors with her husband, and young son and daughter.