The NLG-Mass Chapter is proud to present the third teach-in of our "Law For The People" series! Join us on November 8th at Harvard University Law School for an engaging lecture and discussion regarding housing law led by NLG lawyers Jeff Feuer, Lee Goldstein, and Nadine Cohen.
This teach-in (like the rest in our series) is open to both law professionals and the general public, so be sure to invite your friends and learn about how you can protect your rights in today's political climate!
For more information about the series, visit our website: https://nlgmass.org/featured_news/nlg-mass-presents-law-for-the-people-series/
LOCATION: Harvard University Law School, Wasserstein Hall (WCC), Room 2012
ABOUT THE TEACH-IN:
How can we use existing law to empower and protect tenants? Lawyers can and should work with community-based advocacy groups to bring about progressive systemic change with the goal of making affordable housing a right for everyone. Panelists Jeff Feuer and Lee Goldstein, both NLG lawyers, and moderator Urszula Masny-Latos will present on how to use housing law for the benefit of the people and how housing discrimination disproportionately affects women of color, especially single mothers.
ABOUT JEFF FEUER & LEE GOLDSTEIN:
Attorneys Jeff Feuer and Lee Goldstein of Goldstein & Feuer have been dedicated to a progressive community-based law practice since 1995. Primarily working in landlord/tenant affairs, Feuer and Goldstein pride themselves in being sensitive to the concerns of the communities in which they live and work, and in understanding the role of the law in the wider context of the political and economic issues with which we all struggle.
Feuer is currently the chair of NLG-Mass's Mass Defense Committee, and is very active in NLG-Mass's Street Law clinics. Goldstein was the President of NLG-Mass in the 1980s, and today continues to be an exemplary NLG-Mass lawyer dedicated to the cause.
ABOUT NADINE COHEN :
Nadine Cohen is the Managing Attorney of the Consumer Rights Unit at Greater Boston Legal Services (GBLS). A prominent civil rights attorney and a nationally-known expert of fair housing issues, Cohen continues to combat injustices such as foreclosure, credit discrimination, and predatory lending.