LaToya Winfield Bellamy



LaToya Winfield Bellamy provides business counseling, real estate, and administrative law related services. She has a wide range of experience in serving the firm’s clients, including various businesses, contractors, educational institutions, gaming industry entities, and municipal governments. She provides guidance to the firm’s clients on contracting, government regulatory issues, and real estate matters, including commercial leasing.

Representative Matters

  • Assists clients in the formation and registration of business entities.
  • Drafts and negotiates commercial leases involving shopping centers and other properties.
  • Assists clients with statutorily required reporting to various state government agencies.
  • Provides guidance on the administration of housing and grant programs regulated by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Professional Affiliations

  • Dauphin County Bar Association
  • Keystone Bar Association
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association

Community Involvement

  • Widener Law Commonwealth, Dean’s Diversity Advisory Board Member
  • Widener Law Commonwealth Business Advising Certificate Program, Advisory Board Member
  • AKA Foundation of Central Pennsylvania, Former Board Member
  • Mechanicsburg Learning Center, Former Board Member 
  • National Black MBA Association, Inc., Greater Harrisburg Chapter, Former Board Member


News and Insights

Speaking Engagements:

  • “Wanna Play Fantasy Sports in PA? Not So Fast!” presented to members of the Dauphin County Bar Association, July 2016.

  • “Shareholder Meetings,” presented at Pennsylvania Bar Institute Fundamentals of Business Corporation Practice, October 2015.

  • “Women in the Profession,” panelist, Widener University School of Law Harrisburg’s Professional Development Day, October 2014.

  • “What You Do Not Learn in Law School,” panelist, PBA-Commission on Women In the Profession, Solo/Small Firm and Young Lawyers Division Sections at Widener University School of Law, February 2013.

  • “Evolution of Gaming in Pennsylvania,” co-presenter, Eckert Seamans’ annual Continuing Legal Education program, August 2010.