Civil rights lawyers refer to unfair housing practices as “discrimination with a smile” because would-be renters rarely realize they’ve been denied an apartment due to their race, family status, disability or national origin.

A small army of students from Suffolk University Law School in Boston seeks to expose those hard to pin down violations by posing as potential renters and doc­umenting their treatment by landlords and brokers.

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