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THIRD ANNUAL FAIR HOUSING LAW FOR THE PEOPLE: *THE CIVIL RIGHTS LAW SCHOOL*

“THE SILENT KILLER OF DREAMS: FORECLOSURES, SUB-PRIME LENDING AND THE IMPACT ON COMMUNITIES OF COLOR”

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2007 9:30 AM—1:00 PM HOWARD UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW MOOT COURTROOM

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AGENDA


8:00 am - 9:30 am Registration—Moot Court Foyer | Continental Breakfast - Law School Dining Hall


9:15 am Introduction and Welcome: Dean Kurt L. Schmoke The Howard Clinical Law Program: Professor Tamar M. Meekins


9:30 am -11:00 am

Panel Discussion: The Silent Killer of Dreams: Foreclosures, Sub-Prime Lending and the Impact on communities of Color

  • Moot Courtroom Moderator: Adjunct Professor Rawle Andrews, Esquire, Senior Counsel, Legal Counsel for Elderly

  • Guest Panelists:
    - Michael Mitchell, Esquire,Vice President, National Community Reinvestment Coalition, Adjunct Professor Howard Law
    - Christian Weller, Senior Fellow & Economist, Center for American Progress
    - Julie Lawton, Esquire Principal, Lawton Development
    - Lisa Butler McDougal, Executive Director, Sowing Empowerment & Economic Development


12:15 pm - 1:45 pm

Law For the People Luncheon Program—Law School Dining Hall

Overview of The Coalition for Homeownership Preservation in Prince George’s County. Guest Speaker: Thomas M. Thompson, Director, Department of Housing & Community Development


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