Week Four: Fair Housing Investigator Course

Week Four: Fair Housing Investigator Course provides a comprehensive review and practice sessions of the topics discussed in Weeks One through Three.

The course contains a review and practice of:

  • Drafting an allegation, including establishing jurisdiction, perfecting a complaint, and drafting an allegation.
  • Developing an investigative plan that includes the legal theory of discrimination, sequence of interviews, and information-gathering strategy.
  • Developing a Final Investigative Report (FIR), including distinguishing and preparing the five components of the FIR required by the Fair Housing Act.
  • Drafting a determination that includes the required elements and supports the results of a fair, impartial, and thorough investigation.
  • Briefing and defending the determination, including summarizing a complainant’s allegations and the respondent’s defenses, stating the relevant issues, and presenting a briefing on the results of the investigation. 

Throughout the weeklong course, participants will engage in a variety of hands-on exercises that enable them to apply the lessons learned in the classroom to professional situations. 

Course Description Sheet

Course No. Date Location Tuition
104
March 6-10, 2017
 
Herndon, VA
$1500 USD
104
May 8-12, 2017
 
Portland, OR
$1500 USD
104
September 18-22, 2017
 
Herndon, VA
$1500 USD   Enroll Now