Law M526 - Urban Housing and Community Development
Faculty listed in alphabetical order – please see faculty specific description for requisite information.
General Course Description:
This course will examine the past forty years of federal and state programs to stem urban decline and improve housing in the U.S. The course will compare and contrast a variety of legal and policy initiatives in the areas of public housing, housing segregation, mortgage subsidies, landlord-tenant law, urban renewal, and community organizing, seeking to develop an understanding of how and why programs succeed or fail. A paper will be required.
|Richard Sander||13F||M526||SEM 1||R 5:00 PM - 6:50 PM||3.0||No||Yes|
Previous Course Offerings:
|Richard Sander||11F||M526||SEM 1||W 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM||3.0||No||Per instructor's discretion|
|Richard Sander||12F||M526||SEM 1||M 5:00 PM - 6:50 PM||3.0||No||Yes|
Categories: Admin & Govt Reg - Economic & Consumer Regulation; Interdisciplinary & Cross-Listed Courses; Public Interest Law and Policy - JD Specialization; Real Estate & Property Law; Substantial Analytical Writing Requirement;