Brent Rubin Appointed To Dallas City Plan Commission

February 6, 2020 | News | less than a minute

(Last updated February 6, 2020)

Brent Rubin has been appointed to the Dallas City Plan Commission by Mayor Eric Johnson.

Mr. Rubin, who practices commercial and appellate litigation, is one of fifteen members of the CPC, which handles planning and zoning matters in the City of Dallas. As the Mayor’s appointee, Mr. Rubin serves in an at-large capacity, compared to the other commissioners, who each serve in one of Dallas’s fourteen city council districts.

“I’m grateful to Mayor Johnson for entrusting me with this responsibility,” said Mr. Rubin. “The CPC plays a critical role in ensuring that Dallas follows a forward-thinking path in development, so the city can thrive both economically and in terms of the quality of life of its citizens and can rise to meet the challenges of a fast-changing world. I look forward to serving the people of Dallas as a Commissioner.”

Mr. Rubin is deeply committed to his legal practice as well as serving his community. He was honored by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star and is active in the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers. He also serves as a board member of his synagogue, Congregation Shearith Israel, and as an executive committee member of the Jewish Community Relations Council.