Housing Justice Network Conference

Housing Justice Network National Meeting
March 18-20, 2019 in New Orleans

Please mark your calendar now to join the National Housing Law Project for the 2019 HJN Conference at the historic Hotel Monteleone, considered the doorway to the French Quarter.

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NHLP’s Comprehensive Training:
Federal Housing Programs for New Practitioners


NHLP’s federal housing training provides two opportunities to learn with the nation’s top experts on the programs. An expert team of housing advocates will provide a comprehensive overview of the federal housing programs via webinar on February 26, 2019 as Part One of the program. Part Two is a live session at the HJN Meeting in New Orleans, LA where NHLP will be joined by a team of HJN experts, each one a highly-experienced housing attorney, to explore past the basics and engage in interactive learning.

The 2019 National Meeting of the Housing Justice Network

The 2019 National Meeting of the Housing Justice Network will be a dynamic two and a half day event, bringing together low-income housing allies from across the nation. Attendees will participate in sessions on current developments in the federal housing programs, share ideas on litigating, advocating, and organizing, and gain new insights and perspectives from thought-provoking panelists and plenary speakers.



Housing Justice Network Awards

Please visit our HJN awards webpage.

The National Housing Law Project will present the David B. Bryson Memorial Award and the Housing Justice Award, at the 2019 Housing Justice Network Conference on March 18-20, 2019 in New Orleans, LA. We are soliciting nominations for these awards.

For all nominations submitted, please include the nominee’s name, their employer and position, a brief resume highlighting the work that qualifies your nominee, and the reasons that you believe your nominee deserves the award. If you would like to re-nominate a candidate who was not selected in prior years, please be sure to resubmit that candidate’s materials. Several people will review the nominations to select the award winners, so please do not assume your nominee is so universally well-known that the supporting information is unnecessary.