14
Nov
2018

A Primer on Community and Economic Development: What it Means to be a CED Practitioner

ABA Affordable Housing Forum

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DATE: Wednesday, November 14, 2018

TIME: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

What is CED anyway? Join our panel of Community and Economic Development ("CED") lawyers from the ABA's Affordable Housing Forum's CED Subcommittee for a discussion of the following topics: (1) a detailed overview, description and history of CED; (2) tips and tools for CED Practitioners -- a "How-To" Discussion; (3) funding sources for CED programming and projects and (4) case studies on a sampling of recent CED projects. The teleconference will include time for Q&A with our expert panelists.

 

Co-Moderators:

Patience Crowder
Professor
University of Denver School of Law

Karol S. Robinson
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Anderson Kill

Panelists:

Laurie Hauber, Esq.
Lane County (Oregon)
Legal Aid/Oregon Law Center

Gowri Krishna
Professor
New York University School of Law

Dana Thompson
Professor
University of Michigan School of Law

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