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Nadiyah J. Humber is the Director of Investigations and Outreach, Clinical Fellow for the Housing Discrimination Testing Program (HDTP), funded by the Department of Housing and Urban Development. In this capacity, Attorney Humber trained and currently supervises over 200 testers for testing initiatives, and conducted hundreds of investigations since she joined HDTP in 2013. She co-taught the Housing Discrimination Law, Theory & Practice: Brainstorming and Implementing Solutions to Discrimination, seminar in 2016 and 2017, and currently lectures in the Markets, Public Policy and Law Department at Boston University s Questrom School of Business. Attorney Humber started her legal career at the Committee for Public Counsel Services as a trial attorney in Worcester County District Courts. Prior to working at Suffolk, she was the senior assistant director of admissions at Northeastern University School of Law. She is a member of the Boston Bar Association Civil Rights and Civil Liberties section committee, a member of the Women s Bar Association, the Massachusetts Association of Hispanic Attorneys, and Massachusetts Black Women Attorneys. Attorney Humber earned her B.S. from Vanderbilt University and her J.D. from Suffolk University Law School.
BS Vanderbilt University;JD Suffolk University