Wendy helps Horn Williamson clients break down their complex legal problems into smaller, manageable, component parts. Clients appreciate her ability to explain complex legal issues in understandable terms using realistic or real-life examples and analogies. Wendy’s clients rely upon her to “tell it like it is,” setting realistic goals and outcome expectations. Wendy is often lauded by opposing counsel for cutting through confrontational or procedural posturing to keep litigation moving towards resolution, not roadblocks.
Some of Wendy’s recent successes include:
Prior to her legal career, Wendy worked in the fields of architecture and construction management in both the private and public sector. As an Architect and Project Manager for the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority, Wendy managed a variety of construction projects for the Design and Construction Department including multi-million-dollar public works and streetscape improvement projects. During that time, she assisted with eminent domain takings and managed a portfolio of properties undergoing redevelopment in Philadelphia. Wendy is a member of The Jefferson Society, a new organization for professionals who hold licenses to practice as both architects and attorneys.
University of Virginia, B.S. in Architecture
University of Pennsylvania, Master of Architecture
Temple University Beasley School of Law, J.D., cum laude