RE: Real Estate LL.M. Thesis Seminars I and II
This LL.M.-only advanced research and writing seminar provides an opportunity for each student to pursue in-depth research on a topic of his or her choice. Students will be expected to perform in-depth research and draft papers on current topics of concern in real estate law, drawn from transactional, financial, regulatory, environmental, land use or other areas; present their research to their peers; prepare formal constructive critiques of their classmates’ work; and incorporate their classmates’ critiques into their revised papers of at least 25 pages. Prerequisites: Students must complete at least 10 credits toward the LL.M. degree before enrolling in this course.
This is a required course for the LL.M. degree in Real Estate