The Housing and Development
Law Institute (HDLI) is a nationwide non-profit member organization
whose mission is to serve as a legal resource to public housing
and redevelopment agencies, their developers and legal counsel.
The Housing and Development Law
Institute (HDLI) is a nationwide non-profit membership organization
that serves as a legal resource for stakeholders in the affordable
and public housing industry. HDLI is the
only national organization solely addressing the legal, rather than
the policy or administrative, issues facing public housing and redevelopment
agencies. HDLI publishes legal periodicals,
prepares annual reviews of important cases affecting housing agencies,
publishes an index to HUD regulations, conducts CLE conferences
and other educational activities, provides legal training and individualized
counseling, sponsors an active list serve, and serves as a friend
of the court, or amicus, in appropriate cases important
to its members.
Contact HDLI as soon as possible to secure
your preferred training dates!
Each Spring and each Fall, HDLI holds
a legal conference designed to educate housing agency officials,
employees, and legal counsel on hot legal topics of importance to
public housing agencies. At each conference, HDLI
assembles prominent speakers on a host of current and hot topics
important to housing agencies. HDLI
provides to all attendees a binder full of helpful monologues, cases,
statutes and regulations. These materials serve as excellent additions
to your resource library, and they are available for purchase.
HDLI’s membership consists of more
than 200 public housing and redevelopment agencies, law firms and
companies that serve public housing agencies across the United States.
HDLI’s prestigious board
of directors is composed of executive directors of public housing
agencies, as well as the housing attorneys who represent those agencies.
The business affairs of HDLI
are managed by Lisa L. Walker, CEO and General Counsel.
Housing and Development Law Institute; 630 Eye Street, NW; Washington,
D.C., 20001-3736; Phone: 202-289-3400; Fax 202-289-3401 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org