22 J. Affordable Hous. & Cmty. Dev. L. i (2013-2014)

handle is hein.journals/jrlaff22 and id is 1 raw text is: Journal of
Affordable Housing
& Community Development Law
VOLUME 22, NUMBER 1
2013
From the Editor-in-Chief
Overcoming Uncertainty
]ames . Kelly, Jr......... .............  ........................ 1
Commentary
Transactional Lawyers Continue to Support Economic
Development in Washington, D.C.
Darryl Maxwell         ................................................... 3
Homelessness in St. Louis and the Hope Is Moving In Program
Jacki L. Langum....................... 11
From the Reading Room
Sharing the Wealth: Community Economic Development Law:
A Text for Engaged Learning
Jam es  J. K elly, Jr...................................... 21
Articles
Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing in HUD Housing Programs:
A First Term Report Card
Philip fegeler, Megan Haberle, and Ebony Gayles ................. 27
Bnilding Community Resilience Post-Disaster: An Introduction
Dorcas R. Gilmore and Diane M. Standaert ..............      ............61
Fair Housing Desegregation Policy: Recent Developments and
Proposed Site Selection Safe Harbors
Scott A. Marks       .................................................. 67
Pushing the Limits: Nonprofit Guarantees in LIHTC Joint Ventures
Eric Mittereder        ................................................... 79

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