Noah Kazis is a legal scholar whose research focuses on local government law, land use, and fair housing. He is currently an assistant professor of law at the University of Michigan Law School.
Previously, Kazis worked at the NYU Furman Center, where his research has addressed questions of exclusionary zoning and hotel-to-housing conversions in the wake of COVID-19, and at the New York City Law Department, where he represented the city in matters including the development of legislation limiting greenhouse gas emissions from buildings, the defense and implementation of the city’s sanctuary city policies, and two rounds of charter revision.
Kazis is a graduate of the Yale Law School. His scholarship has been published or is forthcoming in the Harvard Law Review, Yale Law Journal, and Michigan Law Review, among others.