Eileen B. Quigley counsels numerous businesses, individuals, developers, nonprofits, universities, and telecommunications companies in a wide range of real estate matters. Her practice emphasis is on land use, entitlements, zoning, administrative law, and historic preservation. She represents clients in land use matters before administrative bodies, commissions, agencies, and courts. Before joining Ballard Spahr, Eileen served for seven years in the City of Philadelphia Law Department. In that capacity, she provided legal counsel and representation to many city departments, including the Department of Licenses and Inspections, Department of Health and Human Services, and Philadelphia Historical Commission. Eileen was co-counsel in the creation and implementation of the first Lead Paint Court in Philadelphia, the city's pilot program to address quality-of-life issues, as well as the city's Neighborhood Transformation Initiative to reduce urban blight.