The Providence Journal features a front-page profile of Professor (and Housing Court Judge) Jorge Elorza, on holding banks accountable for foreclosed homes.

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The Providence Journal features a front-page profile of Professor (and Housing Court Judge) Jorge Elorza, on holding banks accountable for foreclosed homes.

From the PROVIDENCE JOURNAL: "Battling abandoned property: Judge Jorge Elorza wants to hold banks accountable for foreclosed homes" by Alisha A. Pina, Journal Staff Writer

Judge Jorge ElorzaPROVIDENCE (Jan. 3, 2013) — The courtroom is full, but no one from Deutsche Bank is present. “Where is your client?” Housing Court Judge Jorge O. Elorza sternly asks the bank’s lawyer. “Help me understand why the subpoena wasn’t honored.”

[...] Besides being a judge, Elorza is a law professor at Roger Williams University teaching courses on property law and policy, as well as advanced constitutional law. He is co-chairman of the university’s Latino Policy Institute. [...]

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