Christopher G. Cardinale is an associate attorney with Alvarez-Glasman & Colvin, handling both transactional and litigation matters.
Mr. Cardinale has experience advising the Firm's public entity and private clients on municipal law, land use, contracts, constitutional law, environmental law, and redevelopment matters. Mr. Cardinale has also gained pre-trial litigation experience in civil rights matters, contract disputes, the Brown Act, CEQA compliance, and Jessica's Law challenges.
Prior to joining AGC as a law clerk in 2009, Mr. Cardinale clerked for the Law Offices of Alvarenga & Clark, where he assisted on criminal law and juvenile dependency matters.
Mr. Cardinale holds a J.D. from Pepperdine University School of Law, where he appeared on the Dean's List and received the prestigious CALI "Excellence for the Future" award in the course, Police Practices.
Mr. Cardinale is a Southern California native. Prior to law school, Mr. Cardinale attended Azusa Pacific University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies.
Fair Housing for Sober Living: How the Fair Housing Act Addresses Recovery Homes for Drug and Alcohol Addiction, republished in "At The Cutting Edge 2010-Land Use Law from The Urban Lawyer." © 2011 American Bar Association.
Alcoholism, Drug Addiction, and the Right to Fair Housing: How the Fair Housing Act Applies to Sober Living Homes, republished in the California Public Law Journal, Vol. 33, No. 2, Spring 2010.
Alcoholism, Drug Addiction, and the Right to Fair Housing: How the Fair Housing Act Applies to Sober Living Homes, published in California Real Property Journal Vol.27, No. 4, 2009.
- Juris Doctor, Pepperdine University School of Law
- Bachelor of Arts, Azusa Pacific University
- United States District Court
- Municipal Law / Public Agency
- Land Use and Environmental Law
- Redevelopment Law
- Public Contracts
- General Litigation