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Fair Housing 201

Thursday, November 12, 2020
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM (EST)

Zoom Webinar

52 Seats Remaining

* Registration open until 11/11/20 at 5:00 PM ()

Event Details

Cost: $59 Members | $159 Non-Members
Two (2) CAPS, CAM, CAS, NALP, CAMT continuing education credits

This two-hour webinar is designed for managers and leasing consultants with more than five years of experience in housing management, and those who have attended numerous fair housing training sessions. Attendees will be expected to have a working knowledge of the fair housing requirements of housing providers. This session will focus on detailed information concerning various fair housing hot topics including COVID-19 related fair housing issues, how to safely question assistance animal requests; the absolutely necessary reasonable accommodation procedures and forms; domestic violence as sex discrimination; avoiding sexual harassment claims; and disparate impact issues including criminal history screening and occupancy standards. This session will be loaded with real-life examples and recommendations for best practices. Bring your questions as this session will be interactive and entertaining.

For More Information:

Alyssa Clair
Alyssa Clair
Strategic Partnerships Manager Loebsack & Brownlee, PLLC (704)589-2874

Your Instructor:

Kathelene (Kathi) Williams is one of the founders of the Fair Housing Institute (FHI). She is a nationally recognized fair housing attorney and trainer with more than 35 years’ experience advising and training housing provider employees. Kathi is a partner in the Law Firm of Williams Edelstein Tucker, P.C. providing defense and preventative representation for the housing industry in all civil rights matters. Before to moving into private practice, she served as a fair housing attorney for HUD and as Director of the Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity Program for HUD’s Southeast Region. Throughout her career, Kathi has participated in the investigation, resolution, and litigation of thousands of fair housing cases.