Friday, March 14, 2014
Please see the request from Tim Iglesias regarding an affordable housing amicus brief that sounds really interesting:
I am writing to invite you to sign on to an amicus curiae brief by housing scholars in an important inclusionary zoning case currently before the California Supreme Court. A draft of the brief is attached. I am also attaching a one pager with a brief description of the case, a summary of the argument of our brief, and the names of people who helped draft it.
If you wish to sign on, please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) directly ASAP, but at the very latest by Tuesday, March 18th with the following information: Full Name, Title, your academic or other scholarly affiliation (for identification purposes only), and Address (street, city, state & zip code).
Thank you very much for considering this request. I am happy to answer any questions you might have about the litigation or the brief.
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