Bethany N. Serota is the  Deputy Director of the Mayor’s Office of Fair Housing & Equity for the City of Boston. She concentrates her practice on a variety of transactional real estate matters including residential and commercial real estate closings. Bethany specializes in representing clients in condominium development and conversion matters including drafting condominium documents and agreements, and representing clients at zoning board meetings. She has extensive experience helping clients throughout the closing process, and negotiating purchase and sale agreements. She also handles related family law matters. Bethany provides strategic and assertive advocacy to ensure that her clients are adequately protected.

Bethany Co-Founded and Co-Directs G.I.R.L.S. R.U.L.E., an empowerment program for teenage girls in Roxbury. Bethany also serves as a member of the Citizen’s Housing and Planning Association, the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys, and the Nine Streets Neighborhood Association. She is an active member of the Massachusetts Black Lawyers Association. Prior to joining Tempus Fugit Law, Bethany worked at a state agency focusing primarily on family law matters. Bethany earned her B.A. from Temple University, and she received her J.D. from Suffolk University School of Law.