The UIC John Marshall Law School Fair Housing Clinic provides legal services in cases of discrimination relating to housing, insurance, affordable housing, and lending. PILI Fellows will work under the supervision of the Clinical Professors and the legal staff. It is expected that Fellows should have the opportunity to work on a wide range of fair housing, fair lending, insurance redlining, and other kinds of housing discrimination cases. Fellows will interview clients and counsel clients, participate in designing and supervising investigations, conduct tests, conduct audits, draf pleadings and motions, engage in discovery, settlement negotiations, and court proceedings, before trials and appellate courts, in different jurisdictions.
This agency is approved to host Graduate Fellows.