Meghan Altidor is an associate in the Affordable Housing practice group, representing not-for-profit organizations and for-profit developers in all stages of acquisition, development, rehabilitation, and operation of affordable housing developments. Meghan has significant experience with FHA multifamily mortgage insurance programs, including the 223(f) and 221(d)(4) programs.
Meghan's legal experience includes clerking for Public Advocates in San Francisco and interning for the Greater Boston Fair Housing Center and for the Legal Resources Centre in Ghana. Prior to law school, Meghan was the communications office director and legislative analyst for the Department of Justice, Civil Division.
While at Georgetown University Law Center, Meghan participated in the Harrison Institute Housing Clinic and received both the Georgetown Law CALI Award (Multi-Party Dispute Resolution) and a Dean’s Certificate for service to the Law Center. She was also symposium editor of the Georgetown Law Journal.
“Court’s Decision in Property Tax Assessment Case Welcomed by LIHTC Property Owners in New York,” Novogradac Journal of Tax Credit Housing, April 2008