Greg Heleniak concentrates his practice in municipal, land use, and education law at Rudolph Clarke.

Greg is a lifelong resident of Montgomery County, currently residing in Upper Merion Township (King of Prussia) on a former farm that has been in his family for over 120 years.  It is this long connection to the area that has inspired Greg’s passion to help local leaders create and implement quality services and smart policies for the residents of their townships, boroughs, and school districts.  Greg has witnessed first-hand the effects of land use policies on his family property and has focused his career on helping both municipalities and residents navigate the difficult waters of zoning and land development.  Greg values these areas of law as a way to create a community that provides exceptional places for residents to live, learn, work, play, and take pride in their community.

Before joining Rudolph Clarke, Greg concentrated his practice on zoning and land development matters in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.  Additionally, Greg worked with an engineering and land surveying office in King of Prussia, focusing on site design and development management.  This experience allows Greg to augment the legal expertise of the Firm with a technical foundation.  Greg interned for the Honorable Thomas C. Branca of the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas.  Prior to pursuing a career in the law, Greg worked for the Honorable Greg Vitali of the 166th Legislative District of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

When not practicing law, Greg enjoys playing in community sports leagues, college sports, cars, trivia, and architecture.  He is also a Life Member of the Penn State Alumni Association and an Eagle Scout.

Bar Memberships

– Montgomery Bar Association
– Bucks County Bar Association
– Pennsylvania Bar Association
– Bar and Court Admissions, Pennsylvania & New Jersey (2012); Eastern District of Pennsylvania (2015)


– B.A., Political Science, The Pennsylvania State University, 2007
– J.D., Widener University School of Law, 2012