USD School of Law 2L Student’s View on San Diego’s Inclusionary Legislation

USD School of Law 2L Student’s View on San Diego’s Inclusionary Legislation

Charles Kreuzberger

SAN DIEGO (August 28, 2018) – University of San Diego (USD) School of Law Field Placement Program offer students academic credit for legal work at government agencies, nonprofit organizations, business companies and courthouses. 2L student Charles Kreuzberger, was placed as a summer legal intern with local nonprofit, Circulate San Diego, a promoter of public and active (walking and biking) transportation, and affordable housing. As a representative of the nonprofit, Kreuzberger was quoted in The San Diego Union-Tribune, Inclusionary housing promotes integration and mixed-income communities that serve all residents.” He adds, “It’s crucial for the city to conduct a financial analysis to avoid scaring housing developers off.”

Kreuzberger received his undergraduate degree from the U.S. Naval Academy, served in the U.S. Navy for eight years upon his graduation, and on his last tour, started his studies at USD School of Law. An associate at Circulate San Diego gave a presentation at USD which then sparked his interest with the local nonprofit.

 

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