Mr. Rowland's sole practice emphasizes land use, environmental, administrative, and constitutional law. His primary focus is the planning, documentation, permitting, and implementation of development projects. He has worked extensively on solid waste management issues and litigated in state and federal court. Mr. Rowland's background includes environmental planning work in several states.
Mr. Rowland's land use and environmental law practice consists of representing landowners in all areas of state and local land use regulation before state and local agencies and trial and appellate courts.
Preparation and defense of environmental impact statements
Negotiations with local, state, and federal agencies
Hearings and appeals at all levels
Property rights issues
Due diligence, acquisition, and land development
SEPA, NEPA applications
Juris Doctor - University of Puget Sound School of Law, 1993 (Now Seattle University School of Law)
Master of Urban and Regional Planning - University of Hawaii, 1982 Regulatory Implementation of Land Use Plans
Bachelor of Science - University of California - Davis, 1979 Land Use and Resource Management
Mr. Rowland is admitted to practice law in Hawaii and Washington.