Paul joined Miner, Barnhill & Galland in 2020 after spending two years facilitating all aspects of low-income housing transactions on behalf of both developers and low-income housing tax credit syndicators at Applegate & Thorne-Thomsen, P.C. Before that, Paul was a clerk for Judge Robert L. Miller, Jr. with the United States district court in South Bend, Indiana. He developed litigation experience through his clerkship and through pro bono work in criminal defense and civil rights while an associate at Mayer Brown LLP and as a PILI Fellow with the Lawndale Christian Legal Center. Through his clerkship, Paul developed experience in multi-district litigations and class actions.
Paul studied both law and urban planning at NYU, where he focused on affordable housing and economic development policy. While in school, Paul worked in these fields at BPI and the City of Chicago.
Whether it is in court or through deals, for Paul, being a lawyer is about advocating for clients and causes that improve our communities and help individuals realize their potential.
American Bar Association, Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development