Brown's Experiencing Housing Law
Experiencing Housing Law examines housing law in the United States through an advanced property law lens. Skills-based experiential exercises are integrated into a traditional casebook framework, featuring traditional housing law cases along with new cases that explore the dynamism in housing law. The casebook extensively uses experiential exercises developed around current rules, statutes, regulations, and cases to help students develop essential knowledge and skills that are critical to advising clients and resolving complex housing issues. The casebook is divided into three parts. Part I investigates private housing markets. Part II considers the intersection of public law and housing. And, Part III discusses landlord and tenant issues.