Staff & Board

Tim Iglesias

Tim Iglesias joined PILP’s Board in 2015. Now retired, he was a tenured Professor of Law at the University of San Francisco School of Law from 2002 - 2022. Tim taught Property Law, Land Use Law, Housing Discrimination, Eviction Lawyering, Community Property and Contemplative Lawyering.  

Prior to teaching, he worked for six years at the Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California assisting non-profit developers obtain local government approvals for affordable housing developments in the face of community opposition. His scholarship focuses on land use law and housing law and policy, especially affordable housing and fair housing. He is currently working on a book applying social constructionism to housing law and policy.

Tim was first appointed to serve on California's Fair Employment and Housing Council in 2015 by Governor Brown, a position he was reappointed to by Governor Newsom in 2019. He has served on the Council's housing subcommittee drafting regulations to implement California's anti-discrimination laws. Tim is a former member of the Jesuit order. He earned a bachelor's degree from Loyola Marymount University (magna cum laude), another bachelor's degree and an honorary master's from Oxford University, and his J.D. from Stanford Law School with distinction.