Maia Shanklin Roberts represents housing authorities and private developers in a wide range of complex affordable housing development and real estate transactions. She has been involved in numerous affordable housing, adaptive reuse, and mixed-use transactions involving more than $800 million in federal, state, historic, and energy tax credit syndications, tax-exempt private activity bonds, and other public financing.
Maia also assists in advising clients on matters such as federal procurement requirements, the Uniform Relocation Act (URA), and tenant-based and project-based housing choice vouchers, including tenant protection vouchers. She also supports in advising clients on fair housing issues related to the Fair Housing Act.
Brain Trust Committee Member, Housing Association of Nonprofit Developers
Executive Board, Young Lawyers Division, Washington Bar Association
Moderator, "Impact of Tax Reform on Low Income Housing Tax Credit Transactions," Ballard Spahr webinar, February 27, 2018
Moderator, "Traps for the Unwary: Challenges and Solutions in LIHTC Transactions," American Bar Association: ABA Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law, Washington, D.C., May 25, 2017
Moderator, "Washington Update on Housing and Tax Related Issues," National Housing & Rehabilitation Association, Quebec City, Canada, July 23, 2017
Co-author, researcher, "Arts Impact: Development of an Arts District on Baltimore’s West Side," Fall 2010 Community Planning Studio, Department of Urban Studies & Planning, University of Maryland, College Park
American University Washington College of Law (J.D. 2014)
University of Maryland, College Park (M.A. Community Planning, 2014)Stanford University (B.A. 2007)
District of Columbia