Housing Policy Clinic

Students in the Housing Policy Clinic work on cutting-edge policy projects to systemically advance low-income persons’ access to affordable, just, and secure housing. Students deeply engage in the housing policy and law reform landscape, working in close collaboration with clients and other stakeholders, including housing advocacy organizations, government officials, housing providers, and community organizations.  Over the course of the semester, students develop an expansive range of lawyering skills, including creative problem solving, law and policy analysis, and written and oral advocacy.


The Housing Policy Clinic has provided me with hands-on opportunities to hone concrete policymaking skills. In serving our clients, I’ve practiced interviewing, policy research, and presenting impactful legal reforms. Most importantly, I’ve been able to advance housing affordability in my community.

Madison DeLuca, Class of 2024