Alfred Fraijo, Jr. is a Terner Center Fellow. He is a partner in the Real Estate, Land Use & Natural Resources Practice Group and a member of the Executive Committee at Sheppard Mullin. He has significant experience in obtaining and negotiating land use entitlements for complex housing and mixed-use development projects throughout California, including advising clients with innovative, urban renewal projects in the inner-city and other sectors with emerging markets. He is also the Founder of Inclusive Action for the City – a non-profit that works to create multi-disciplinary alliances focused on designing, building, and promoting sustainable communities. He holds degrees from Harvard University and Loyola Law School.