Record: Legal Oral History Project: Wendell Pritchett, Feb. 25, 2005.
Legal Oral History Project: Wendell Pritchett, Feb. 25, 2005.
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University of Pennsylvania Law School
Penn Law Faculty: Wendell Pritchett teaches property, urban policy, and legal history. [More] His first book, Brownsville, Brooklyn: Jews, Blacks and the Changing Nature of the Ghetto (University of Chicago Press 2002), explores race relations and public policy in 20th century Brooklyn. Recent work of Pritchett has been published by the Urban Lawyer, Yale Law and Policy Review and the Journal of Urban History. His current research examines the development of post-war urban policy, in particular urban renewal, housing finance and housing discrimination, and he is working on a biography of Robert Weaver, the first Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. Pritchett has specialized in real estate and housing law, representing nonprofit organizations involved in the development of affordable housing and economic development. Ph.D. (history) - University of Pennsylvania - 97 J.D. - Yale - 91 B.A. - Brown - 86
- Pritchett, Wendell