Community Reinvestment Act: Still Relevant at 30?
Posted by on May 11, 2009
The symposium issue of the New York Law School Law Review entitled, “The Community Reinvestment Act: Still Relevant at 30?” is now available for download free of charge at the Law Review’s website, http://www.nyls.edu/index.php?cID=1753. The contents of the issue includes the following articles:
Introduction, by Richard Marsico
The Community Reinvestment Act at 30: Looking Back and Looking to the Future, by John Taylor and Josh Silver, NCRC
The CRA: A Welcome Anomaly in the Foreclosure Crisis , by Warren W. Traiger
Urban Development and Unequal Access to Housing Finance Services, by Gregory D. Squires
An Analysis of the Implementation and Impact of the 2004-2005 Amendments to the Community Reinvestment Act Regulations: The Continuing Importance of the CRA Examination Process, by Josh Silver and Richard Marsico
Critical Mass: Restricting Advocates’ Rights Under the Community Reinvestment Act, by Ruth S. Uselton
I hope you find these articles helpful.
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