Amy Lavine, of Albany, has been named staff attorney at Albany Law School's Government Law Center.
In her new position, Lavine will conduct legal research and write studies and reports on a broad range of government law and policy issues including land use and environmental law.
Lavine is a 2007 cum laude graduate of Albany Law School. During her time at the Law School, Lavine was a member of the
Albany Law Journal of Science and Technology. She has authored and coauthored several articles on land use, eminent domain, and food labeling regulations in publications such as the
New York State Bar Association Government, Law and Policy Journal,
The Urban Lawyer, and the
Food and Drug Law Journal.
Lavine is a magna cum laude graduate of Simon's Rock College of Bard with concentrations in art and ecology. She also received a Certificate of European and International Legal Studies from the University of Paris X in Nanterre, France.