Robert Strupp Leaving Community Law Center
Robert Strupp | Image by Frank Klein
Robert Strupp is leaving the Community Law Center (CLC). Since 2006 Strupp has been the director of research and policy for the nonprofit law firm, which provides free or reduced-cost legal aid to nonprofits and community organizations. He’s leaving the center for a position with the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) in Washington, D.C. Strupp’s last day at the CLC is April 16, but he says he plans to participate part-time with some of its programs through the summer.
Strupp, a graduate of Potomac School of Law, has dedicated his career to targeting real estate scams and deceptive lending practices. His new position will continue along this path. The NCRC is an association of more than 600 community-based organizations that works with Congress to help ensure fair housing and lending practices. It also works directly with lenders to keep families from losing their homes to foreclosure.
Strupp says that while the decision to leave the CLC was tough, he looks forward to continuing his nonprofit work with the NCRC.