Health Law, Transactional Law and Community and Economic Development, Affordable Housing, Health Disparities
Courtney Anderson is an assistant professor of law in the Georgia State University College of Law. She is an affiliate member of the Center for Access to Justice and a member of the Center for Law, Health and Society. She teaches classes in law and social welfare and property, and has legal experience in transactional law and community and economic development. Her research focuses on preserving affordable housing and eradicating the disparities in low-income and minority communities that worsen health issues. Part of the university’s Second Century Initiative, she is especially interested in initiatives that pair community and economic development mechanisms with laws and policies to achieve health equity. She earned an LL.M. with distinction from Georgetown University Law Center, her J.D. from Harvard Law, and a Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, from the University of Pittsburgh.