Real Estate Legal Planning & Practice

This course provides a mixture of advanced doctrinal instruction and skills development within the context of complex real estate transactional work.

Real Estate Legal Planning and Practice

This course provides students with practical lawyering experience in the planning and implementation of a real estate deal. It uses a series of specific, related transactions (i.e. the acquisition and renovation of a commercial or mixed-use building in New York City, and the subsequent leasing or other disposition of the resulting units) as a base for examining both legal and practical problems arising in such a deal. Course work emphasizes planning (i.e. problem identification, the development of alternatives), negotiation, and document drafting.

This upper-level seminar course provides a mixture of advanced doctrinal instruction and skills development within the context of complex real estate transactional work.

Recommended for the Following Professional Pathways: Real Estate and Land Use; Corporate Transactions and Governance; General Practice – Transactional

Pre-Requisite: Real Estate Transactions and Finance

This is offered as a 2 credit or 3 credit course.

PROFESSIONAL PATHWAYS

Business and Financial Services

Intellectual Property and Privacy

Government and Public Interest Law

General Practice / Chart Your Path

 

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