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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.

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Conferences and Training

 

2015 Spring Conference Written Materials



HDLI held its 2015 Spring Legal Conference on April 9 & 10 at the Washington Marriott Georgetown in Washington, D.C.  The conference written materials are now available for purchase.  Topics covered include:

  •  Review of Case Law Affecting Affordable and Public  Housing
     
  •  Understanding PHA Obligations Under the New Procurement Rules:  What's New & What's Not

  •  Disclosure of Your Client's Private Information: FOIA, State Open  Records Laws, Strategies & Challenges

  •  On-Site Housing for PHA Police, Maintenance or Other Employees -  The Considerations: Lease v. Other Structure, Rent v. Free, Grievance  Rights, Transfer Requests, Etc.

  •  Housing Veterans Under HUD's VASH Program: The Interplay Between  HUD and Veterans Administration Rules, Handling Criminal Activity,  Terminations, Etc.

  •  OIG: What Can They Do and What Can You Do About It?


Order the 2015 Spring Conference Written Materials Here









HDLI's NEW Online Fair Housing Training







HDLI's ON-SITE TRAINING

HDLI is available to conduct personalized Fair Housing Training on-site at your agency. Fair Housing Training is also available for private companies.

HDLI is also available to conduct on-site "One Strike" Evictions Training as well as on-site Grievance Training.

HDLI on-site trainings are conducted by our Executive Director and General Counsel, Lisa L. Walker.






 

Contact HDLI by telephone (202) 289-3400 or e-mail hdli@hdli.org for more information about upcoming CLE conferences and on-site training.


Housing and Development Law Institute; 630 Eye Street, NW; Washington, D.C., 20001-3736; Phone: 202-289-3400; Fax 202-289-3401 E-mail: hdli@hdli.org