Hartman and Workman




Roger C. Hartman is a principal in the law firm of Hartman and Workman, Los Angeles.  Mr. Hartman specializes in all aspects of affordable housing including real estate, administrative, tax, tax credits, partnership, limited liability companies and securities.  Since 1973, Mr. Hartman has represented developers, syndicators, owners, managers and operators (both profit and non-profit) of government assisted housing projects and was instrumental in the development of HUD's guidelines for transfer of physical assets.  He graduated with  his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California at Riverside, and a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of California Hastings College of Law, San Francisco.  Mr. Hartman is a member of the Beverly Hills, Los Angeles County and the American Bar Associations, was Chairman of the ABA's Committee on Governmentally Assisted Housing Programs, of the Section of Real Property, Probate and Trust Law and was a member of the ABA's Special Committee on Housing and Urban Development Law.  Mr. Hartman was a Member of the Governing Committee and has previously served as Chair of the ABA's Forum Committee on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law, the ABA's principal committee dealing with matters of housing law.  Mr. Hartman currently serves as President of National Leased Housing Association,  the affordable housing industry's primary trade association for public and private owners and managers of Section 8 housing complexes. 



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