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Michael H. Schill : Additional Activities


University of California, Los Angeles

  • Chair, Council of Professional School Deans (2007-2009)
  • Chair, College Governance Committee (2008)
  • Member, Chancellor’s Executive Committee (2007-2009)
  • Member, Campus Budget Committee on Revenue Generation (2008-2009)
  • Member, Chancellor’s Advisory Group on Diversity (2008-2009)
  • Member, Downtown Committee (2007-2008)
  • Member, Search Committee for the Associate Vice Chancellor (2008)
  • Member, Information Technology Planning Board (2006-2008)
  • Chair, Review Committee for Dean of School of Public Affairs (2006-2007)
  • Member, UCLA Institute for Strategic Innovation Founding Committee (2008)
  • Member, Chancellor’s Advisory Committee for Dean of the Anderson School of Management (2005)
  • Member, Search Committee for Dean of the International Institute (2005-2006)
  • Chair, Task Force on Faculty Housing Programs (2005-2006)


Member, Board of Governors of the Beverly Hills Bar Association (2008-2009)

Member, China-U.S. Joint Commission on Legal Education (2008)

Member, American Bar Association New Deans Instructional Program Committee (2006-2009)       

Vice Chair, New York City Loft Board (1995-2004)

Member, New York City Neighborhood Investment Advisory Panel (chair of subcommittee for research

and program tracking) (2002-2004)

Member, Borough President's Task Force on Affordable Housing (2002)

Member, Board of Directors, Neighborhood Restore Corporation (2000-2002)

Member, Advisory Board, Fannie Mae New York Partnership Office (1998-2004)

Member, Executive Committee, Association of American Law Schools Property Section (1998)

Member, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Committee on Real Property Law (Chair, Pro Bono Subcommittee) (1996)

Member, Mayor's Housing Partnership Council (Philadelphia) (1992-1995)


Editor, The Authority (1989-2005)

Editorial Board, Housing Policy Debate (1996-present)

Editor, Yale Law Journal (1982-1984)


Fannie Mae Foundation (2004-2005) (to update study on reducing the cost of new housing development in New York City)

MacArthur Foundation (2003-2005) (to study impact of subsidized rental housing on neighborhood property values)

United States Department of Commerce, Technology Opportunities Program (2002-2004) (to create the New York City Housing and Neighborhoods Information System)

Ford Foundation (2002-2003) (to study relationship between bankruptcy, predatory lending and homeownership)

Bank of New York, Citigroup Foundation, Deutsche Bank, Fannie Mae, Fannie Mae Foundation, Fleet Bank, JPMorgan Chase, LISC, M&T Bank, MetLife Foundation, New York City Housing Partnership, NYSAFAH, Real Estate Board, Surdna Foundation, Taconic Foundation, Washington Mutual Foundation (2001-2003) (to prepare and publish the State of New York City’s Housing and Neighborhoods reports)

Fannie Mae Foundation (2000-2001) (to study the impact of housing, crime and education investments on property values)

Ford Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (1999-2000) (to study the impact of welfare reform on community development corporations) (with Rockefeller Institute)

New York City Partnership and Chamber of Commerce (1998-1999) (representing a consortium of foundations and banks) (to study why housing costs in New York City are above the national average and propose changes in regulations and industry practices)

New York City Housing Development Corporation (1998-1999) (to study the impact of water metering on housing in New York City)

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (1997-1999) (to study enforcement of the Fair Housing Act)

Fannie Mae Foundation (1998-1999) (to study enforcement of the Fair Housing Act)

Fleet Bank (1998) (to study the performance of state and local human rights commissions)

Fannie Mae Foundation (1997-2000) (to study the housing and neighborhood conditions of immigrants in New York City)

Chase Manhattan Bank (1996) (to fund conference and book on housing conditions and policy in New York City)

Surdna Foundation (1996) (to fund conference and book on housing conditions and policy in New York City)

Edna McConnell Clark Foundation (1995-1997) (to study the feasibility of developing an early warning system for tax delinquent (in rem) housing)

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (1994-1995) (to study the impact of public housing on neighborhood poverty rates)

Mortgage Bankers Association (1992) (to study racial disparities in home mortgage lending)

Taconic Foundation (1991) (to study nonprofit housing in the United States and the United Kingdom)

U.P.S. Public Policy Initiatives Fund (1991) (to study dispersal and enrichment strategies for central cities)

Research and Educational Trust Fund, Mortgage Bankers Association (1990) (to study effect of integregation of mortgage markets with general capital markets)

Homer Hoyt Institute (1990) (to study computation of inverse condemnation damages) (with Professor Susan Wachter)