Jaclyn S. D’Arminio is an Associate Attorney in our New Providence office. She concentrates her practice in land use, zoning, development and other general real estate matters.
Jaclyn has substantial experience handling a variety of municipal land use applications for matters before zoning boards of adjustment and planning boards across New Jersey. These matters include applications for site plan approvals, subdivisions, as well as bulk and use variances for a wide variety of clients from large national corporate brands and institutions, to smaller more personal businesses and residential clients. In addition, Jaclyn has particular familiarity with the land use concerns unique to religious institutions including federal regulations such as the Religious Land Use and Incarcerated Persons Act (“RLUPIA”).
Jaclyn also has experience with residential and commercial real estate matters including purchases, sales and leasing.
Jaclyn earned her Juris Doctorate at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law where she served as a research assistant for then Professor Marci Hamilton who specialized in the constitutional consequences of RLUIPA. In addition, she participated in the Intensive Trial Advocacy Program, the Montefiore-Einstein Certificate Program in Bioethics and Medical Humanities and was published in the Cardozo Journal of Law and Gender (Spring 2012).
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