About Robb LaKritz

Robb LaKritz has spent the last 12 years as managing partner and chairman of the investment committee with LaKritz Adler Development in Washington, DC. Since cofounding the company in 2002, Robb LaKritz has led a number of notable and well received redevelopment projects throughout some of the district’s most historic areas. Some of his firm’s projects have involved the Watha T. Daniels House, the Veritas Building, and the Starbucks Building.

In 2012, Robb LaKritz expanded his professional activities by launching a privately held diversified investment firm. In addition to previously working within the U.S. Department of Treasury as an advisor, he served for four years as an international and China practices attorney with multinational law firm Baker Donelson.

Mr. LaKritz received a bachelor of arts in political science from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. During his time as an undergraduate, he became a member of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest collegiate honor society. After graduating from the university with highest distinction, he gained acceptance to Emory University School of Law. While working toward his juris doctor, he spent time as editor of the Emory International Law Review.

Work History

Work History
Apr 2003 - Present

Chairman

LaKritz Holdings LLC
Jan 2004 - Present

Co-Founder

LaKritz Adler Development LLC
Apr 2001 - Jan 2003

Advisor

United States Treasury

Education

Education
Sep 1994 - May 1997

JD

Emory University
Sep 1991 - May 1994

BA

University of Michigan