According to Fensterman, Mr. Hylton’s primary practice will involve matters relating to land use, including zoning and economic development, as well as commercial and residential real estate.
Previously, Mr. Hylton was a Legislative Attorney and Director and Legal Counsel to the New York City Council, including General Council to its Zoning and Land Use Committee. He has worked in private practice focusing on the areas of real estate, trusts and estates and as a consultant to several government agencies and elected officials regarding land use and economic development.
Mr. Hylton’s professional experience also includes positions at the Department of the Interior, George Washington University, the New York City Transit Authority, and the Alpha & Omega Law Chambers in Bridgetown, Barbados. Additionally, he has experience in the areas of legislative procedure and protocol, trusts and estates, the non-profit sector, and labor and employment law.
Mr. Hylton received his J. D. from Howard University School of Law with honors, where he was a research assistant at the school’s Criminal Justice Clinic, member of the Moot Court Team and was president of the Association for Caribbean-American Students. He received his B.A in Political Science from Regents College, the University of the State of New York. Mr. Hylton is admitted to practice in New York State, and is a member of the New York Bar Association and the Screen Actor’s Guild.
“Christian will be working in our Brooklyn office, says Mr. Fensterman. “He has been active in the Flatbush community for many years and has served on the Neighborhood Advisory Board and as a board member of the Flatbush Development Corporation. I am thrilled to have Christian as a member of the Abrams Fensterman team and I look forward to his contribution to our Brooklyn, Long Island, Rochester and Manhattan, NY offices.”
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