Please join us for this Continuing Legal Education program presented by the Klehr Harrison Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee in partnership with the Real Estate & Finance and Zoning & Land Use Practice Groups on Wednesday, June 16, 2021.
In this CLE, the panel will discuss how the history of both governmental policies and laws along with private sector conduct resulted in the racially segregated residential neighborhoods that endure today not only in Philadelphia but throughout the country. After exploring the modern-day consequences of these often hidden and misunderstood governmental and private actions, the panel will discuss how government, community development corporations and regular individuals can continue to redress and correct the legacy of discrimination in the housing market.
Attorney Brett Feldman will moderate the panel discussion featuring:
Suzanne Lanyi Charles
Assistant Professor, City and Regional Planning, Cornell University
Advisor and Research Fellow, Consumer Finance Institute, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Community Engagement Advisor and Outreach Manager, Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank
This complimentary program will qualify for one hour of PA CLE ethics credit.*
*In order to qualify for CLE credit, you must attend at least 55 minutes of the live webinar. Four (4) verification codes will be provided at intervals during the course of the webinar to confirm participation. You will be required to note the codes and provide them on the survey following the webinar.