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Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law

This Forum's objectives are to: (1) serve as a clearinghouse for lawyers of information and programs related to affordable housing and community development; (2) serve as a coordinator of educational and training programs within the ABA for lawyers practicing in the area of affordable housing and community development; (3) during each Association year, hold one or more educational meetings; and (4) provide training programs focusing on new issues or ongoing concerns.

The Intersection of Severe Mental Illness, Housing, and the Law

July 10th @ 11:45AM EDT

Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, please join us for a discussion that will help participants better understand the intersection of severe mental illness, housing, and the law.

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Register Now: 2024 Fall Boot Camp

September 26 - 27, 2024

The Boot Camp will provide in-depth introductory LIHTC, HUD, and CED workshops for newer lawyers with an experienced faculty of practitioners, focusing on current issues facing the affordable housing and community development industry. The Boot Camp promises to be interactive and informative and will include a combination of workshops, panels and simulations focusing on core and emerging areas in the field of affordable housing and community development law. There will also be time for networking with colleagues and friends, participating in a walking tour of affordable housing and/or community developments projects in the area and hearing from local participants in the affordable housing/community development space.

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Listserv

This is a space for you to connect with other Affordable Housing Law members and committees through interactive discussions, content sharing, and much more.

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Forum Chair

A. Kelton Longwell - Managing Member, Longwell Riess, LLC

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Resources for Affordable Housing and Community Development Committees

Get the resources and CLE lawyers need for a career in affordable housing and community development law.

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Journal of Affordable Housing and Community Development Law

Volume 32, Number 3

The Journal serves as a clearinghouse of information on programs related to affordable housing and community development law and provides training programs for lawyers and concerned laypersons.

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Forum Publications

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