RHLS attorneys have always been able to do both development and policy work. This remains true today, and many of our attorneys work in both areas. Attorneys are listed here under the category that contains the majority of their work.
Dina Schlossberg, Esq.
Deputy Director/Senior Attorney Multi-Family Housing
Dina provides legal representation to nonprofits developing affordable housing -- with a special focus on design and development vulnerable populations. She works in our Glenside office.
Mark Levin, Esq.
Mark works on a wide range of affordable housing development issues. He works in our Glenside office.
Kim Dolan, Esq.
Kim provides legal representation to nonprofits engaged in affordable housing development with focus on developments that create independent living opportunities for persons with disabilities. She is based in our Glenside office.
Laura Schwartz, Esq.
Director of Economic Development
Laura Schwartz works on a broad range of projects for clients involved in community stabilization and revitalization, including the financing and commercial leasing of mixed- use developments located on commercial corridors. She is based in our Glenside office.
Judy Berkman, Esq
Senior Counsel (volunteer)
Judy came to RHLS in 1996 with prior experience in private practice and legal services. She works on a broad range of policy initiatives and homeownership development projects, primarily focusing on large-scale developments of homeownership units for sale to mixed-income buyers.
Joe Jampel, Esq.
Joe works on affordable housing transactions and other community economic development matters. He is based in our Glenside office.
Justin Hollinger, Esq.
Independence Foundation Fellow/Staff Attorney
Justin represents community organizations in pursuit of equitable development and lasting affordability in gentrifying neighborhoods.
Mark Schwartz, Esq.
Mark uses his extensive experience in affordable housing and community development to advocate for policies that benefit vulnerable populations.
Rachel Blake, Esq.
Using a diverse skill-set to solve hard problems in low-income housing policy and nonprofit capacity-building.
Bob Damewood, Esq
Bob works on a variety of housing and community development matters. His areas of concentration include HUD Section 3 (resident training, employment and contracting) and displacement-free development.
Director of Community Redevelopment Initiatives
Cindy is overseeing the Community Redevelopment Legal Assistance project to help communities hardest hit by foreclosures. Using her extensive background in community development, affordable housing, and policy, Cindy works with selected communities to help them stabilize families and neighborhoods.
Elizabeth Marx, Esq.
PULP Executive Director
Liz provides advocacy, training, consultation and support services in energy and utility matters on behalf of Pennsylvania’s low-income residents and community organizations.
Harry Geller, Esq.
Senior Counsel (volunteer)
Harry has served as Senior Counsel to PULP since his retirement as PULP’s longtime Executive Director in June 2015. He continues to provide leadership, advocacy, training, consultation and support services in energy and utility matters
John is a staff attorney at the Pennsylvania Utility Law Project (PULP) where he provides legal representation, advocacy, training, consultation and support services in energy and utility matters affecting low-income residents of Pennsylvania.
Kristen Geesaman is a Paralegal with the Pennsylvania Utility Law Project in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Under the supervision of PULP’s attorneys, Kristen provides advice and advocacy to individuals calling PULP’s utility hotline. She provides training for clients and other legal aid staff on utility issues, in addition to supporting the work of PULP’s attorneys and clients.
CFO/Director of Administration
Phyllis leads our financial and administrative functions.
Director of Peformance and Quality Assurance
Anabel focuses on communications and grant-writing.