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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.


Conferences and Training


HDLI's 2015 Spring CLE Conference

April 9-10, 2015
Washington Marriott Georgetown
Washington, D.C.

Up to 12 CLE credits, including ethics!

HDLI will hold its 2015 Spring Legal Conference on April 9 & 10 at the Washington Marriott Georgetown in Washington, D.C.  This Continuing Legal Education conference is designed for housing and redevelopment agency staff and legal counsel. Attorneys will receive up to 12 CLE credits, including ethics.   The conference will include the traditional Review of Case Law Affecting Public Housing and Redevelopment Agencies by HDLI's CEO & General Counsel, Lisa L. Walker.  The conference will also cover several hot topic legal issues faced by public housing agencies in 2015.  In addition, the conference will include a legal ethics session, welcome reception, keynote luncheon, HDLI's Open Forum where attendees can bring questions to the group for discussion, and much more!

Register Here for the 2015 Spring CLE Conference

HDLI's NEW Online Fair Housing 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