Tuesday, March 2, 2021

CFP - What’s Next for Affordable Housing under the Biden Administration?

ABA Journal of Affordable Housing & Community Development Law

Call for Papers

What’s Next for Affordable Housing under the Biden Administration?

Drafts due June 15, 2021

A new presidential administration always brings policy changes; in this cycle, the contrast between the Biden administration and the previous Trump administration almost certainly means those policy changes will be substantial.  This issue of the Journal invites commentary on any aspect of the transition.  This could include topics such as:  proposals for policies or goals the new administration should pursue; how private-sector housing providers should navigate and plan for changes between administrations; a review of new agency policy changes thus far; new programs that should be launched, and old programs that should be continued or revised.

For this issue, the Journal seeks wide participation and especially welcomes shorter essays (2,000–3,000 words).  In addition, the Journal will also continue to seek general essays (typically 2,500–6,200 words) or articles (typically 7,000–10,000 words) related to the Journal’s traditional subjects: affordable housing, fair housing and community/economic development.

The Journal is the nation’s only law journal dedicated to affordable housing and community development law.  The Journal educates readers and provides a forum for discussion and resolution of problems in these fields by publishing articles from distinguished law professors, policy advocates and practitioners.

Interested authors are encouraged to send an abstract describing their proposal as soon as possible.  Submissions of final articles and essays are due by June 15, 2021. Please email abstracts and final drafts to the Journal’s Editor-in-Chief, Stephen R. Miller, at millers@uidaho.edu. The Journal also accepts submissions on a rolling basis. Please do not hesitate to contact the Editor with any questions.

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