Jordana Hausman represents investors and developers in real estate transactions financed through the use of tax credits, with a focus on representing syndicators investing in the construction and preservation of affordable housing developments financed through the use of low-income housing tax credits, including transactions incorporating historic rehabilitation and renewable energy tax credits, tax-exempt bond financing, and other federal and state subsidies.
Prior to joining Miles & Stockbridge, Jordana was an attorney in the tax credit practice group in the Washington, DC office of Bryan Cave LLP.
Jordana graduated from Georgetown University Law Center, where she served as an articles editor of the Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics and was a student attorney in the environmental section of Georgetown’s Institute for Public Representation clinic. During law school, she worked as a legal intern for the Alternative Dispute Resolution Unit of the Office of Special Counsel in Washington, DC.
American Bar Association
Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics: Articles Editor (2012-2013); Staff Member (2011-2012)
Georgetown Law Institute for Public Representation: Environmental Section Student Attorney (2013)