Conference Speaker Profile
Name: Alicia Alvarez
Professional Title: Clinical Professor of Law
Affiliation: University of Michigan
Country: United States
Title of Presentation(s):
- Access To Housing And Land – Three Methodologies From Three Different Clinics
- Emerging New Clinical Education Projects: Sharing Stories And Developing Practices Together
Short Bio: Alicia Alvarez directs the Community and Economic Development Clinic at the University of Michigan Law School. She represents nonprofit and community organizations and social enterprises on transactional matters, such as tax, entity formation, governance, real estate and land use, employment and risk management. The CED Clinic represents groups in Detroit. Alicia previously taught at DePaul University College of Law. Alicia has also taught in a civil litigation clinic and an asylum clinic as well. She is the co-author, with Paul R. Tremblay, of "Introduction to Transactional Lawywering Practice" (West 2013), a textbook for transactional clinics. Alicia was a Fulbright Scholar at the University of El Salvador in 2000-2001 and visited the University of Valencia (Spain) for a semester in 2013.
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