Miller, Miller & Canby’s Jody Kline has been elected President of the George Washington Chapter of Lamda Alpha International (LAIGW). Lamda Alpha International is an honorary society of land economics professionals with 28 chapters around the world. Membership is restricted to individuals who have more than 15 years of experience with practical application of the principles of preservation, development, and better utilization of the world’s land resources. Membership is selective and based on outstanding contributions to the “knowledge, understanding and practice of land economics.”
The George Washington Chapter is comprised of experts in the fields of architecture, finance, urban design, economic research, engineering, education, law, banking, land development, appraisal and property management.
As President, Jody will host meetings and professional seminars, manage the organization’s speakers’ program, oversee the Chapter’s annual prizes for outstanding developments within the DC region, and attend global events as the Chapter representative. Jody begins his two-year term immediately.
Jody Kline joined Miller, Miller & Canby in 1974, has been a principal of the firm since 1981 and has served as head of the Land Development practice area since that time. Jody’s practice concentrates on land use, zoning, subdivision and planning law in Montgomery County and the municipalities within the county. He has represented clients in many of the County’s planning and economic development initiatives. His areas of expertise include zoning, special exceptions, conditional uses, building variances, sign variances, subdivision, master planning, building permit issuance, and administrative and real estate matters related to land development. He represents private clients, non-profit entities and municipal corporations and agencies. Learn more about Miller, Miller & Canby’s Land Use and Zoning practice by clicking here or contact Jody at 301.762.5212.