On July 11, join BPI for our next virtual event in our Building Public Interest Series, Civil Rights Litigation as a Tool for Social Change – Gautreaux v. Chicago Housing Authority.
The expansion of the Clearinghouse at the University of Michigan Law School will include an extensive archive of Gautreaux v. Chicago Housing Authority, one of the longest-running civil rights cases in the country. A panel, including Margo Schlanger, the Wade H. and Dores M. McCree Collegiate Professor of Law; Dr. Norrinda Hayat, Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Civil Justice Clinic at Rutgers Law School; and Cara Hendrickson, Executive Director at BPI, will discuss equity and justice in housing and the future of civil rights litigation as a mechanism for structural reform.
Moderating the discussion will be Quinn Rallins, Civil Rights Attorney at Loevy & Loevy Attorneys At Law and BPI Board Member.
Register today: https://secure.lglforms.com/form_engine/s/MFCudK9UYLd9Yw3spXL6xg
This virtual discussion is co-sponsored by: