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The FHA at 50: Fair Housing from the Civil Rights Era to Today

1h 1m

Created on November 29, 2018

Intermediate

$89

Overview

The federal Fair Housing Act, which legislated an end to housing discrimination, was enacted 50 years ago. In this course, we will examine cases from the Supreme Court of the United States interpreting the FHA over the last 50 years, with eye to where we have been and where we may be headed after Justice Kennedy's departure from Supreme Court and changes under the current administration.

Ms. Koplovitz is a real estate lawyer at Anderson Kill who has regularly defended against FHA claims as well as pursued requests for individuals under the FHA.


Learning Objectives:

  1. Review the history and purpose of the FHA
  2. Discuss critical FHA cases over the past half century
  3. Assess the current landscape of housing discrimination and predictions on the future of the FHA under a new Supreme Court

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