Karol S. Robinson is a shareholder in the New York office of Anderson Kill. Ms. Robinson practices cooperative, condominium, and real estate law with a focus on affordable housing, nonprofit organizations and general transactional work. Ms. Robinson has also been involved extensively in secured and unsecured financing transactions from both lender’s and borrower’s perspective.
Ms. Robinson has become known for her integrity and hands-on, direct working relationships with directors and agents for many of the firm’s cooperative and condominium housing and not-for-profit clients, advising on day-to-day operational and corporate governance matters. In addition, her experience includes dealing with and advising clients on compliance with various federal, state and city governmental housing agency regulations. She also regularly attends and advises clients at board of director and shareholder meetings, drafts corporate governance documents, negotiates and drafts commercial leases, construction contracts, vendor agreements, and advises on real estate financing transactions.
Ms. Robinson is a longtime volunteer with the Vassar College Alumni Admissions Program and is currently Class Vice President. She has also volunteered with various New York groups, including New York Cares, the Fresh Air Fund, and the Lawyers Alliance for New York, a provider of pro bono business and transactional legal services for nonprofit organizations.
American Bar Association; Forum on Affordable Housing-Community and Economic Development Committee, Co-Chair; New York City Bar Association, Housing and Urban Development Committee; Association of Black Women Attorneys; and Federation of New York Housing Cooperative and Condominiums; Member of the Governing Committee of the ABA Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Economic Development.