B.A., Emory University;
M.P.A., New York University; J.D., University of Maryland School of Law
Diane Glauber, Co-Director of Fair Housing and Community
Development at the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, is a national
expert on housing and homelessness. She
currently provides pro bono legal services to over thirty nonprofit
organizations nationwide. In addition,
she is working with the Ford Foundation to develop national fair housing and
community development strategies. As
Director of Human Services for the City of Baltimore, Diane oversaw programs
designed to provide housing and services to Baltimore’s most vulnerable
populations. As Syndication Counsel at
Enterprise Community Investment, Diane led national initiatives to create and
preserve affordable housing.
For the past two years, Ms. Glauber
has supervised community development clinic students at the University of the
District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law and American University
Washington College of Law. She was also
a teaching assistant in the Community Economic Development Clinic at the University
of Maryland School of Law, the Wagner School of Public Service at New York
University, and Hunter College Urban Affairs and Planning.
"Innovate Post-Disaster Community-Based Housing Strategies.”
In Building Community Resilience Post-Disaster, edited by Dorcas Gilmore and
Diane Standaert, ABA Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law,
Diane Glauber and Philip Tegeler, "Affirmatively Furthering
Fair Housing in REO-to-Rental Programs.” FHLB of San Francisco Community
Development Investment Review (forthcoming, January 2014).
Professor Glauber teaches the Legislation Clinic.