2019 HJN Conference Materials (UPDATED)

Below are the materials for the Housing Justice Network National Conference in New Orleans, LA on March 18-20, 2019.

ONE-CLICK DOWNLOAD FOR ALL 2019 HJN MEETING MATERIALS (COMPRESSED FILE)

Helpful Items
Floor maps of Hotel Monteleone
Social Flyer

National Meeting Agenda and Workshop Descriptions
Agenda At-A-Glance
Agenda with Session Descriptions

Plenary
Eviction Data in Advocacy

Keynote Speaker
William P. Quigley
Professor of Law and Director of the Loyola Law Clinic & the Gillis Long Poverty Law Center
Loyola University New Orleans College of Law

Speaker Bios
Available here

Roundtables
To see a roundtable’s description and materials, click on the its title below. Please note that not all sessions have materials available.

R1A. Housing People with Criminal Records
R1B. Exploring Rapid Rehousing in High-Rent Jurisdictions
R1C. Navigating HJN: How to Strengthen Your Practice
R1D. Medical-Legal Partnerships: Prioritizing Health in Housing

R2A. A Q&A with HUD’s MTW Director, Marianne Nazzaro
R2B. How to Work with Your Tax Credit Allocation Agency
R2C. Energy and Utilities
R2D. State Fair Housing Regulatory Options

Workshops
To see a workshop’s description and materials, click on the its title below. Please note that not all sessions have materials available.

1A. Bridging Fair Housing and Environmental Justice Advocacy
1B. New Frontiers in Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing
1C. Strategies for Preserving and Strengthening Manufactured Housing
1D. Federal Policy Opportunities and Risks: What Will the Next Two Years Bring

2A. Hoarding, Clutter, and Reasonable Accommodations
2B. Fair Housing and Immigrants’ Rights
2C. Enhanced Vouchers A to Z: What, Where, and How to Use Them
2D. Nuisance Ordinances and Crime-free Housing Policies

3A. Addressing Housing Barriers in Reentry: Housing Authority of New Orleans’s Criminal Background Screening Policy
3B. Key Issues in Disparate Impact Fair Housing Litigation after Texas Department of Housing & Community Affairs v. Inclusive Communities Project
3C. If Not RAD, then What? The Future of Public Housing
3D. Implementing the Violence Against Women Act in Continuums of Care

4A. Preserving Rural Development Rental Housing and Protecting Tenants from Displacement
4B. Designing, Implementing, and Defending Source of Income Discrimination Laws
4C. RAD Q&A with HUD’s Director of Recapitalization, Tom Davis
4D. Eviction Right to Counsel: How it Works and How to Get It in Your City

5A. The Past, Present, and Future of Basco v. Machin
5B. Enforcing HUD’s Decent, Safe, and Sanitary Regulations
5C. Hot Topics in Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Advocacy
5D. Legal-Organizing Partnerships: Building Cases and Changing Laws

6A. Wait a Minute: Slowing Down Criminal Activity Eviction Cases to Find the Truth
6B. Unusual Suspects: Who Can Sue and be Sued under the Fair Housing Act
6C. Lessons Learned from Hurricane Katrina for Housing Lawyers
6D. Expanding Housing Mobility and Implementing Small Area Fair Market Rents in the Housing Choice Voucher Program