Isa Abdur-Rahman practices in the areas of real estate transactions, community economic development, and real estate litigation. Since 2004 Isa has represented for-profit and not-for-profit owners, developers, lenders and community-based organizations in a broad range of matters within the life cycle of residential, commercial and affordable housing developments, including acquisition, zoning challenges, leasing, management, refinancing and disposition.
Isa also teaches as an adjunct professor of Business Law at CUNY/York College, and he is a member of the Greater Jamaica Development Corporation and president of Farmers Boulevard Community Development Corp. in Queens, New York.
- Real Estate Transactions
- Business Law & Corporate Governance
- Affordable Housing Development
- Real Estate Litigation
- Bar Admissions
- The State of New York
- Howard University School of Law, J.D., 2003
- Howard University, B.B.A, Finance, 1998
- Greater Jamaica Development Corporation