Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Panel

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Segregation, Opportunity and Affordable Housing.  Deciding where affordable housing gets built - or doesn't get built - has implications for segregation, concentrated poverty, and economic opportunity. This panel discussion will focus on the siting of affordable housing through the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit, the dominant affordable housing program in the U.S. and the subject of the Supreme Court’s Inclusive Communities decision in 2015 recognizing a disparate impact claim under the Fair Housing Act. 

Panelists:

Katherine O'Regan, New York University Wagner School of Public Service

Daniel Hemel, University of Chicago Law

Jeff Leslie, University of Chicago Law

 

Lunch will be provided.

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Presented by: American Constitution Society Black Law Students Association

Segregation, Opportunity and Affordable Housing.  Deciding where affordable housing gets built - or doesn't get built - has implications for segregation, concentrated poverty, and economic opportunity. This panel discussion will focus on the siting of affordable housing through the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit, the dominant affordable housing program in the U.S. and the subject of the Supreme Court’s Inclusive Communities decision in 2015 recognizing a disparate impact claim under the Fair Housing Act. 

Panelists:

Katherine O'Regan, New York University Wagner School of Public Service

Daniel Hemel, University of Chicago Law

Jeff Leslie, University of Chicago Law

 

Lunch will be provided.

Housing