Week Five: Fair Housing Investigator Course

Week Five: Fair Housing Investigator Course examines legal issues, including:

  • Determining reasonable cause. Participants will discuss the reasonable cause standard and explain the ramifications of using an incorrect reasonable cause standard.
  • Summarizing how a charge of discrimination relates to an administrative proceeding. Participants will define a charge of discrimination and discuss the importance of the FIR in preparation of a charge.

During the final days of the weeklong course, participants will engage in a mock trial. During this exercise, participants will identify the right of an “aggrieved person” to intervene in the administrative proceeding, describe how the administrative hearing is conducted in a fair housing case, discuss what documents/exhibits are typically brought to the hearing, describe the types of relief that may be granted by an administrative law judge, and describe when an initial decision must be made. 

Course Description Sheet

Course No. Date Location Tuition
105
March 20-24, 2017
 
Washington, DC
$1500 USD
105
July 10-14, 2017
 
Washington, DC
$1500 USD   Enroll Now
105
September 11-15, 2017
 
Washington, DC
$1500 USD   Enroll Now