Sheila C. Salmon

Washington, DC Office

Sheila C. Salmon is a member whose practice specializes in the areas of fair housing, and other related civil rights laws, such as Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and The Americans with Disabilities Act. Ms. Salmon has written, or contributed to, several articles on fair housing-related topics which have appeared in various American Bar Association and other trade association publications. Ms. Salmon is a certified trainer for the National Affordable Housing Management Association’s (NAHMA) Fair Housing Course and she teaches seminars on fair housing and other civil rights-related issues. She has also been a frequent guest speaker at meetings for such organizations as The National Leased Housing Association, National Association of Home Builders and NAHMA.

Publications, Certifications, and Seminars

  • Contributor:  “The Elderly and the Handicapped – How Congress Addresses the Mixed Populations Issue,” Journal of Affordable Housing and Community Development Law, Winter 1994
  • Author:  “Court Decides Single-Family Provision in Edmonds,” State and Local Law News, Summer 1995
  • Contributor:  “The Fair Housing Act and Seniors’ Housing,” The Urban Lawyer, Vol. 27 No. 4, Fall 1995
  • Author“Summary of Final HUD Rule Implementing the Housing for Older Persons Act,” Seniors’ Housing News, Summer 1999
  • Author“Taking Another Look at the Housing for Older Persons Act,” Seniors’ Housing News, Spring 2000
  • Certified Fair Housing Trainer for National Affordable Housing Management Association
  • Conducts seminars on fair housing and other civil rights topics


(202) 349 2464


  • American University Washington College of Law, J.D.
  • Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, B.S. in Finance 

Bar Admission

District of Columbia Bar

Virginia Bar


Falls Church, VA