MISSION & HISTORY.
The New Mexico Center for Housing Law (NMCHL) is dedicated to promoting housing stability and justice for people of the state of New Mexico.
NMCHL will focus on pressing housing issues affecting the lives of New Mexicans from both a legal and policy perspective. The Center will work in collaboration with state legislators, city council members, grassroots organizations, nonprofits, and housing justice organizations and advocates to promote and implement policies and initiatives that address and improve housing stability across the state. The Center will also engage in activities such as conducting research, developing policies, and publicizing communications in line with its mission.
NMCHL was founded in 2023 and is currently run by University of New Mexico Law School Professors Elizabeth Elia, Allison Freedman, and Serge Martinez.