24 J. Affordable Hous. & Cmty. Dev. L. i (2015-2016)

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                                   Tournal  of


                    Aforable Housing
                      &  Community Development Law

                      VOLUME  24, NUMBER 1
                              2015


From the Editor-in-Chief
   Marking Moments
   James J. Kelly, r..                                         v

From the Chair
  I Know That You Are Busv-Please Read This Anyhow!
  J. William Cal lison......... ................ .................U

Heard from HUD
  The Department Gears Up to Meet Green Goals
  Sharon Wilson Geno................   ............... ........

Articles
  HUD  Genieral Counsel Reflects on the Department's
  Fifty-Year History
  Helen R. Kanovsky .........................7........... ......7
  Building Capacity Ihirough Comnunity Lawyerng:
  Circumstances of the Leaders, Small Community Associations,
  and Their Attorneys
  Robin jacob....... ......  ................ ................ 2 9
  Evaluating T'ckle Down Clharity
  Mattn'  hezo Ross man...........  .....  ........    ......... 59
  Perspecti.ves on Abandoned Houses in a Tiime of Dystopia
  Kermit J. Lind     ..............................................121
  Local Government Legislation: Comuunity Benefits, Land Banks,
  and Politically Engaged Community Economic Development
  Aaron vlkean .......... .....................              133


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