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Green v. Hall and Rose: Problems and Case File, Sixth Edition

Kenneth S. Broun


  • ISBN: 9781556815485

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    Initially designed as a case file for a fair housing clinic, Green v. Hall and Rose is an excellent case file not only for fair housing study but also racial discrimination. With special emphasis on discovery exercises, this case file focuses on Richard and Martha Green's trouble with buying a home in the Beverly Hills area of Nita City. The Greens allege that homeowner and defendant, Elizabeth Hall, refused an offer made by the Green's realtor, Sylvia Rose, because of the Green's race. There are two witnesses for the plaintiff and four witnesses for the defendants including an expert real estate appraiser and an expert medical psychiatrist.

  • Additional Product Details

    Fair housing issues, emphasis on discovery problems
    Publication Date:
    Copyright: 1997
    Pages: 128
    Type: Trial, Civil
    Issues: Discrimination – Race > Level: Basic
    Number of Witnesses: 2p/4d
    Experts: Psychology/Social Science/Social Work, Real Estate Appraisal
    Paperback: 9781556815485

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