Lawyers in housing law and economic development may serve clients dealing with housing issues by helping them through the litigation or negotiation process, or be involved in responsible financial service-related policy work. These fields are closely intertwined, and frequently work together in advocacy campaign coalitions. Lawyers in housing and economic development often work in non-profit organizations or with federal, state and local government agencies.

What to do if you are interested in Housing Law?

Georgetown Law Courses

Local Government Law
Race and American Law
Law and Regulation of Drugs
Federal Money and Policymaking

Georgetown Law Clinics

Affordable Housing Transactions Clinic (Harrison Institute for Public Law)
Community Justice Project

Helpful Housing Law/Community Economic Development Resources

Representative Employers