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Kevin Ramakrishna is a shareholder in Reinhart’s Real Estate Practice, where he is committed to helping clients successfully accomplish their affordable housing and economic development projects on time and within budget.

His knowledge of tax incremental financing, land use and public works, along with his extensive background in municipal real estate, enables him to provide innovative counsel to municipalities and private/public partnerships, particularly in the redevelopment of public property into mixed use developments, including libraries and municipal parking facilities. He takes particular satisfaction in redeveloping sites that have the potential for enhanced public use and community enrichment.

Kevin is known for his ability to see complex projects to fruition by applying creative solutions coupled with clear, effective communication that supports effective collaboration with his clients.

Prior to joining Reinhart, Kevin was an Assistant City Attorney for the City of Madison Attorney’s Office, where he was lead counsel for multiple economic development projects; transactional attorney for the City of Madison’s Economic Development Division, Finance Department and Community Development Authority; and issuer's counsel for municipal debt issuances for the City of Madison, Sewer Utility, Water Utility and Community Development Authority.

Away from the office, he enjoys spending time with his family and paddleboarding.


  • LL.M., cum laude, Government Administration and Regulation, Albany Law School
  • J.D., Albany Law School (Government Law Review)
  • B.A., History, Minor in Criminology, Marquette University

Bar Admissions

Wisconsin | New York

Honors & Affiliations

  • State Bar of Wisconsin

News & Insights


  • Creating Affordable Housing: Madison’s Experience, International Municipal Lawyers Association (IMLA) (February 7, 2023)
  • Madison’s Experience with Affordable Housing, International Municipal Lawyers Association (IMLA), Universities Cities Program; Tulsa, Oklahoma (July 28, 2022)


  • Subduing the Ceaseless Storm: Breaking the Build-Destroy-Rebuild Cycle through Taxation and Self Responsibility, 2 ALB. GOV’T L. REV. 328 (2009)