Nancy C. Lenvin

Ms. Lenvin, a founding partner of the firm, semi-retired in January of 2020 and became of counsel to the firm.

In practice since 1970, Ms. Lenvin no longer continues her representation of clients in litigation or in hearings before administrative agencies such as the San Francisco Residential Rent Stabilization and Arbitration Board. Instead, she concentrates on counselling owners and drafting leases, both commercial and residential.

Ms. Lenvin is the co-author of Landlord-Tenant Practice, Continuing Education of the Bar.

She has been an active participant in real estate industry organizations serving as an officer and director of the California Apartment Association and the San Francisco Apartment Association and on the board of the Small Property Owners Association. She actively assisted in the creation of many of the standard form rental agreements supplied by these organizations to their members.

Ms. Lenvin has over her career served on the boards of many public and not for profit organizations including the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (Mayor Feinstein appointee 1980, President 1984); the San Francisco Municipal Railway Improvement Corporation; Bay Area Transportation Corporation (President); and the San Francisco Senior Center. Her career has also included a number of firsts for women attorneys including being the first full time female associate at Heller, Ehrman, White & McAuliffe and the first female managing attorney of a neighborhood office run by the San Francisco Neighborhood Legal Assistance Foundation.