Larry Z. Glickman

Of Counsel

Community Associations; Corporate, Transactional & Land Use

Larry Z. Glickman has been practicing in Florida since 1980. Mr. Glickman’s practice involves sophisticated real estate transactions, planned unit developments and he also provides support in commercial and business litigation matters. He is a lecturer on real estate matters on behalf of The Florida Bar and the Community Association Institute, for which he is also a director. He has served on the City of South Miami’s Planning Board, its Personnel Advisory Board and its Zoning Task Force and was a member of the South Florida Planning and Zoning Association and chair of The Florida Bar’s Quality of Life Committee. In addition to his legal practice, Mr. Glickman also served as the vice-president and corporate counsel of a development company which created a 525-acre mixed-use development in Boca Raton and as the president of a title and escrow company.

Notable Client Work

Mandatory country club membership for gated communities throughout Florida; Merger of country club and property owners association entities.

Published Works

“Unit Owner Rights”, Florida Bar Manual on Condominiums, 2006, 2008

Bar Admissions

Florida, 1980


University of Miami School of Law, Coral Gables, Florida J.D. With Honors Law Review: University of Miami Law Review, 1978 – 1979

University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL, USA B.A. Major: Political Science

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