Shanice McClelland is an experienced real estate attorney with broad perspectives, having represented various stakeholder interests over the course of her career, including housing providers, management companies, associations, investors, developers, tenants, and District of Columbia agencies. She has prepared financial security and commitment agreements for multi-family developments, ensured regulatory compliance for residential and commercial properties, negotiated housing related contracts and agreements, drafted regulatory legislation, and provided advice and counsel regarding property-related matters.
Shanice's work has involved the Tenant & District Opportunity to Purchase Acts, condominium conversion, warranty claims, landlord and tenant matters, the Fair Housing Act, affordable housing development programs, and Low Income Housing Tax Credit developments.
Hon. Dwight D. Jackson, Circuit Court for Prince George's County, 2011-2013
DC Bar, Real Estate, Housing and Land Use Committee, Co-Chair
Women of Color in Community Development
Panelist, "The Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act in 2019 What Landlords/Tenants and Practitioners Need to Know," DC Bar, Washington, DC, October 3, 2019
Featured Guest, "Real Estate, Housing, and Land Use: Landlords and TOPA and Buyers, Oh My!" DC Bar Law Students Community "Let's Brief It" Podcast, April 10, 2020
Moderator, "Real Estate in the Wake of COVID-19 (Part I): Commercial & Residential Leasing," Webinar, June 5, 2020
Board Memberships & Community Service
DC-MD Justice for Our Neighbors, Board of Directors, Vice-Chair, 2013-2020
Fred Abramson Scholarship Foundation, Mentor, 2012-2020
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Member
Co-author, "In the Wake of Coast Federal: The Plain Meaning Rule and the Anglo American Rhetorical Ethic", 11 U.Md.L.J. Race, Religion, Gender & Class 39 (Spring 2011)
University of the District of Columbia – The David A. Clarke School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 2011)
Temple University (B.A., cum laude, 2008)
District of Columbia