Angela Rauber is dedicated to making her clients feel confident in her ability to handle all of their important matters by taking challenging issues and helping break them down in simple components through consistent communication and setting clear expectations.
Angela represents clients in the areas of zoning, land use, comprehensive planning, subdivisions, local and State permitting, code enforcement, and governmental relations. With experience representing both local government and private developers, she successfully guides her clients through local and State laws, rules, and regulations to accomplish their development goals.
Angela is experienced in providing legal counsel to clients on a broad range of land use, zoning, and governmental matters, including variances, design exceptions, code enforcement, public records, and permitting. She is especially skilled at tackling challenging issues related to downtown, infill, public/private, and adaptive reuse developments. Her experience includes counseling the private developer of a large-scale innovative, mixed-use development in Tampa, Florida, as well as serving as an in-house attorney for a Tennessee city for over a decade.
Credentials & Experience
University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, B.S., 1995
University of Tennessee College of Law, J.D., 2001
The Florida Bar
The Tennessee Bar
Hillsborough County Bar Association
Tennessee Bar Leadership Law
The Supreme Court of the United States