Attorney and team leader of the Human Right to Housing Project (formerly known as the Tenant Advocacy Project) at Public Justice Center.
Tags: Housing: Landlord-Tenant
Links: Link to bio | (Current as of: April 10, 2015)
Prior to working in the housing project, from 2008-2009, he was the Francis D. Murnaghan Appellate Advocacy Fellow at the PJC. In that capacity, Matt represented numerous parties and amici in state and federal court on various poverty law and civil rights issues, including the proper interpretation of the term “disabled” in the Americans with Disabilities Act, the admissibility of “prior bad acts” evidence in an employment discrimination case, the scope of the Eighth Amendment’s protection of state inmates, and the enforceability of the new Maryland Protection of Homeowners in Foreclosure Act.
CONTENT BY THIS PERSONOp-Ed Zafar Shah, Matt Hill
April 9, 2015
Op-ed arguing against Baltimore's water shut-off plans.
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