Hangley Aronchick Segal & Pudlin associate Adena Herskovitz has been appointed to the Board of Regional Housing Legal Services (RHLS). RHLS is a non-profit law firm that works to create sustainable, affordable communities and housing for low-income Pennsylvanians.
Herskovitz, a real estate attorney in Hangley Aronchick Segal & Pudlin’s Philadelphia office, graduated from the Yale Law School in 2004 and received her undergraduate degree from Williams College in 1998. She focuses her practice on real estate development and construction matters. She is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and Connecticut.
About Regional Housing Legal Services:
Founded in 1973, Regional Housing Legal Services is a nonprofit law firm with unique expertise in affordable, sustainable housing and its related components — community and economic development, utility matters and preservation of home ownership. RHLS provides innovative project and policy solutions that help create sustainable communities offering decent, safe and affordable housing for lower-income Pennsylvanians. RHLS serves approximately 60 community-based organizations per year, and is engaged in numerous efforts to change and promote policies in its areas of focus.