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The National Housing Law Project (NHLP) is a national housing law and advocacy center. The goal of NHLP is to advance housing justice for people who are poor by increasing and preserving the supply of decent affordable housing by improving existing housing conditions, including physical conditions and management practices; expanding and enforcing low-income tenants and homeowners’ rights; and increasing opportunities for racial and ethnic minorities. NHLP works to achieve that goal by providing legal assistance, advocacy advice, and housing expertise to legal services and other attorneys, low-income housing groups, and others who serve people who are poor. NHLP’s primary areas of emphasis are public policy advocacy, litigation assistance, training, research, writing, and focusing on issues and problems that will have the greatest impact on the housing rights of people who are poor. (NHLP)
5/11/2007
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2007
Oakland, CA
nhlp@nhlp.org
510-251-9400