17 J. Affordable Hous. & Cmty. Dev. L. [i] (2008)

handle is hein.journals/jrlaff17 and id is 1 raw text is: Journal of
Affordable Housing
& Community Development Law
VOLUME 17, IssuEs 1-2                                         FALL 2007/WINTER 2008
Chair's Message
Are We Closer to an Affordable Housing Policy in This Country?
R ochelle  L en to  .........................................................................................................  1
Editor's Note
The Emergence of Community Benefits Agreements
Scott  L. C um m ings ..............................................................................................  5
Articles
Community Benefits Agreements: An Evolution in Public
Benefits Negotiation Processes
W illiam   H o  ........................................................................................................  7
Community Benefits Agreements: Definitions, Values,
and Legal Enforceability
Julian  G ross  ................................................................................................... . . .  35
Mobilization Lawyering: Community Economic Development
in the Figueroa Corridor
Scott L. Cum m ings ...........................................................................................  59
Strategies and Lessons from the Los Angeles Community
Benefits Experience
B enjam in  S. B each  ................................................................................................  77
Negotiating for Social Justice and the Promise of Community
Benefits Agreements: Case Studies of Current and
Developing Agreements
Patricia  E. Salkin  and  A m y  Lavine ....................................................................  113
Forming Entities to Negotiate Community Benefits Agreements
D ebra  A . B echtel .................................................................................................  145
From the Reading Room
A Sociolegal History of Public Housing Reform in Chicago
L isa  T   A lexan der ................................................................................................  155

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