By: LAURENCE DU SAULT , The Mercury News
Excerpt: Hernandez said the experience helped her find a new career path, one she realized she’s been practicing for years.
Now, she is a co-director for the Sustainable Economies Law Center’s new project: a “radical real estate law school” where apprentices like herself follow faculty attorneys for four years and then attempt to pass the bar. The goal is to teach future lawyers about alternative models of land ownership that help tenants buy and get affordable housing. In the meantime, Hernandez and Garlipp have started a Youtube channel for tenants facing eviction.
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(Originally published October 4, 2020.)