Henry Korman, J.D.

Henry Korman, J.D., is an attorney in private practice specializing in civil rights and fair housing, affordable housing development, and affordable housing compliance. His work includes a long history of advocacy for the housing and civil rights of people with disabilities, and he is a national expert in the development of integrated permanent supportive housing models that utilize mainstream housing resources. He worked extensively with TAC on a successful effort to reform Section 8 regulations that posed significant barriers to supportive housing development. He works collaboratively with TAC on state-level policies and advocacy efforts at the federal, state, and local levels to promote and facilitate integrated, community-based affordable housing opportunities for people with disabilities.