Building Brick City: Affordable Housing, Inclusionary Zoning, and the Building Blocks to Providing Housing for All
Tuesday, March 21, 2023 | 1:00 PM EDT - 6:00 PM EDT
This symposium explores strategies to understand and address systemic and statutory issues affecting those people who need and seek affordable housing, from a theoretical and legal standpoint. The symposium will feature presentations and panel discussions from housing lawyers, community lawyers, transactional lawyers, and scholars discussing:
• What is Affordable Housing
• Affordable Housing, Inclusionary Zoning, Accessibility, and the Law
• A Comparative Lens of Northeastern IZOs
• Legal Strategies to Combat Issues in Affordable Housing
This symposium is inspired by and honors the contributions of Rutgers' very own Professor Robert Holmes as a transactional lawyer who has worked in housing law, and holds a great passion for our Newark community. All are invited to join a celebratory reception in honor of Professor Holmes immediately following the program.
CLE Credit: NJ: 5.0 (incl. 2.0 DIEB) | NY: 5.0 (incl. 2.0 DIEB) | PA: 4.0 (incl. 1.5 ethics)
Co-sponsored by Rutgers Race and Law Review; Rutgers Law School; and Rutgers Institute for Professional Education.
No CLE Zoom registration: go.rutgers.edu/rrlr2023.nocle
No CLE in-person: bit.ly/rrlrs2023
50% discount for public interest or government attorneys with promo code PUBGOV or FREE without CLE credit with promo code NOCLE145.
See page 2 of program announcement for speakers, agenda, and CLE details.
Baker Trial Courtroom - 125
Rutgers Law School
Center for Law and Justice
123 Washington Street
Newark, NJ 07102
and Zoom Webinar
CLE: NJ: 5.0 | NY: 5.0 | PA: 4.0