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RIA # 131: Dr. William Berman on Grant Budgets

Dr. William Berman

On this episode, Katie is joined by William Berman, a Clinical Professor of Law at Suffolk University Law School. Professor Berman is the Director of Suffolk’s Housing Discrimination Testing Program, which works to eliminate housing discrimination through testing, enforcement, education, policy and academic study. Professor Berman is also the Managing Attorney of Suffolk’s Accelerator Practice, a clinical program that is part of a lager program designed to teach students a replicable business model for the creation of sustainable community-based law firms that serve low and moderate income individuals in the justice gap. Professor Berman writes in the areas of fair housing and clinical pedagogy and is a frequent speaker on these topics. Professor Berman has over 30 years of litigation experience. He is a graduate of Union College and Boston University School of Law.

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Show Notes

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Segment 1: Housing Discrimination Research [00:00-16:50]

In this first segment, Bill shares about the research emerging from a housing discrimination testing program.

In this segment, the following resources are mentioned:

Segment 2: Building Grant Budgets [16:51-34:04]

In segment two, Bill discusses some of the factors involved in creating and adjusting budgets for grant-funded research.

In this segment, the following resources are mentioned:

Bonus Clip #1 [00:00-03:20]: Benefits of a Clinical Program

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