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MLRI: Tenants' Rights

  • Product Number: 2200098P01
  • CLE Credits, earn up to:
    5 substantive credits, 0 ethics credits CLE Credit Note
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    Product Description

    This training is for community and lay advocates, mediators, housing and legal advocates, and others interested in having a better understanding of tenants’ rights in Massachusetts. The training focuses on evictions, getting repairs made, rents, and housing discrimination. While the eviction process part of the program applies to all tenants, the training focuses primarily on rights of tenants in private housing. Materials include a copy of the 2017 edition of Legal Tactics: Tenants’ Rights in Massachusetts.

  • Faculty

    Faculty

    Annette R. Duke, Esq., Massachusetts Law Reform Institute, Boston
    Hed Ehrlich, Esq., Justice Center of Southeast Massachusetts LLC, Brockton
    Jan M. Kendrick, Esq., South Coastal Counties Legal Services/Hyannis, Hyannis
    Maureen R. St. Cyr, Esq., Community Legal Aid, Worcester
    Patricia Whiting, Esq., Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, Cambridge
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