Macaire King practices primarily in the areas of land use, land use litigation, and commercial real estate. She has experience representing developers, landowners, and others on issues such as rezoning, special exceptions, comprehensive plan amendments, and a variety of other land-use related matters. Macaire represents her clients in quasi-judicial proceedings before governing boards and commissions across Florida. She also assists developers and landers in complex real estate transactions.
Macaire received her J.D. from Florida State University College of Law. While in law school, she actively served on three of the university’s four legal journals including serving as the editor-in-chief of the Journal for Land Use and Environmental Law as well as serving on the executive board of the Florida State University Law Review as a notes and comments editor. She won the Steven Gey Note Award for her publication in the Florida State Law Review entitled Cross-Plan Offsetting: Efficient or Unethical? Additionally, she received the Donna R. Christie Service Award.
Macaire received her undergraduate degree in history with a minor in political philosophy, and economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Florida State University Law Review Steven Gey Note Award