Caryn Schreiber teaches in the Housing Advocacy Clinic at Rutgers Law School-Camden.
Previously, Professor Schreiber worked at the Legal Aid Society of New York City. As a staff attorney in the Civil Law Reform Unit, she focused on housing law and policy during the Covid-19 pandemic, the rights of supportive housing residents and source of income discrimination. She also worked in Legal Aid's Brooklyn Neighborhood and East New York offices as a staff attorney in the Housing Justice Unit-Group Advocacy Project. There, she represented tenant groups in affirmative litigation to improve housing conditions and prevent harassment and displacement, and supported tenant groups seeking to build collective power and assert their rights outside of court.
Professor Schreiber started her legal career as a staff attorney in the New York Legal Assistance Group's Storm Response Unit, where she worked with tenants and homeowners living in housing impacted by Superstorm Sandy. She holds degrees from Brooklyn Law School and SUNY Binghamton.