Cozette advises owners, developers, investors and lenders on all aspects of land use, real estate and eminent domain matters, including extensive experience with land use entitlements. Cozette works to obtain practical, creative and cost-effective solutions for her clients as they navigate the regulatory process. READ MORE
Cozette provides a full range of land use services, including:
Cozette represents clients at neighborhood meetings, local land use proceedings, before the Land Use Board of Appeals (LUBA) and in court.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Cozette served as a Policy Consultant for the City of San Jose Housing Department, where she advised on housing policy. She also worked on planning and housing issues in the nonprofit sector. This experience coupled with her master’s degree in public policy plays an integral part in her legal practice.
Nothing is more satisfying to Cozette than seeing a project through to completion, which is why she integrates her practice with Lane Powell’s corporate, construction, trusts & estates, finance & banking, and litigation attorneys — providing her clients with a full spectrum of legal services.
Lane Powell PC, Summer Associate (2011)
California Department of Justice, Law Clerk, Oakland, Calif. (2010)
Federal Public Defender’s Office, Law Clerk, Portland, Ore. (2010-2011)
City of San Jose Housing Department, Policy Consultant (2008-2009)
Pathfinder, Leadership Council on Legal Diversity
Member, Oregon Asian Pacific American Bar Association
Member, Oregon Minority Lawyers Association
Member, Oregon Women Lawyers Association
Member, Urban Land Institute
“Oregon Rising Star,” Thomson Reuters, Real Estate (2018-2019)
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