Housing Law

Law 255






Critical examination of the scope, and effect of (1) the nation's housing policies and programs, including the history of racial segregation and exclusion, and (2) of the nation's fair housing laws and policies.  Additional topics are selected for study based on interests of class members. These may include administrative issues in complex programs; rights of consumers of governmentally assisted housing; national, state, and local issues in community development; social, political, economic and other factors affecting housing policies; and constitutional and statutory problems involving housing and revitalization.

Course can be related to selected issues in constitutional law, administrative law, civil procedure, civil rights, federal jurisdiction, and state and local government.


S. Banks (Adjunct)

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