Clinical Fellow, Housing Discrimination Testing Program

 

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Jamie Langowski is a Clinical Fellow at Suffolk University Law School. She has co-managed Suffolk’s Housing Discrimination Testing Program (HDTP) since its inception in 2012 and co-taught a seminar between 2012 and 2015 titled, “Housing Discrimination Law, Theory & Practice: Brainstorming and Implementing Solutions to Discrimination”. The HDTP’s mission is to eliminate illegal housing discrimination through testing, enforcement, and education. Since 2012 Attorney Langowski has coordinated hundreds of housing discrimination tests of the rental market throughout Massachusetts. She and her colleagues have trained over 150 students and community members as testers. Before joining Suffolk, she clerked for a Boston civil rights attorney and served as Director of Policy and Communications for a Boston At-Large City Councillor. Attorney Langowski is a graduate of Northeastern University School of Law and St. Cloud State University.

 

Publications

William Berman and Jamie Langowski, Supreme Court Upholds a Critical Tool in the Struggle for Inclusive Communities, Human Rights at Home Blog, June 25, 2015.

Lingering Lead: Strategies for Eliminating Familial Status Discrimination Due to Lead Paint, 2 BEARING WITNESS: J. L. & SOC. RESP. 22 (2014).