Elisabeth D. Kozlow practices in the areas of Aviation Law, Shopping Center and Leasing Law, Construction Law and Corporate Law and performs general Commercial Transactions. She also provides corporate consultation to many of the firm’s construction clients. Ms. Kozlow completed her undergraduate studies at DePaul University and earned her Juris Doctor, cum laude, from the University of Miami.
She was admitted to the Florida Bar (US District Court, Southern District of Florida) in 1988. She has served as Chairman and Vice-Chairman of its Aviation Law Committee, and continues to be an active member and participant in the Committee. Ms. Kozlow is also admitted to the Illinois Bar.
As a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), Ms. Kozlow is frequently invited to speak at seminars and symposiums. She has lectured on shopping center legal issues at the ICSC U.S. Law Conference, the ICSC CenterBuild Conference, the Conference of the Americas and the Florida Legal Issues in Retail Leasing Symposium. She was a member of the ICSC Florida Conference Program Committee. She has also lectured to the construction industry in the areas of construction contracts and construction liens and bond claims.
Ms. Kozlow has authored and co-authored a number of articles for the local chapters of the ICSC and American Subcontractors Association. She is co-author of “The Contractor’s Default: Remedies of the Lender”, “Troubled Construction Loans: Law and Practice” and author of “Assignment and Subletting: Concerns in Affiliate Transfers”.