The Robert Traurig-Greenberg Traurig LL.M. in Real Property Development is designed both for recent law school graduates and attorneys dedicated to working in the real estate field either as attorneys or entrepreneurs. The program is ideal for:
The Program explores the subjects necessary to develop an understanding of land acquisition, finance, regulation, tax law, construction law, residential and commercial development, landlord tenant, closings, negotiation, planning strategies and drafting.
Flexible Formats – To meet students' needs and schedules, the LL.M. Program is offered:
Relevant Curriculum – For thorough preparation and to reflect the issues most relevant to practitioners, the program is organized into 4 components: Regular and concentrated courses, internships, and site visits.
Unparalleled Faculty – The Real Property Development faculty includes top professors and scholars in the field, adjuncts who are partners of prominent law firms, and general counsels of major real estate companies – experts from all over the U.S.
Personalized Attention - The director counsels students individually on internship placements and course selection at the beginning of each term thereby arranging a schedule that provides the appropriate course of study for each student.
Hands-On Training – Through participation in an internship students gain first-hand knowledge.
Real-World Application & Learning – In construction site visits, students understand a project from the various perspectives of participants, including experts in zoning or environmental issues, architects, developers, lenders or tenants.
For more information, go to the Real Property Program At a Glance page.
Doug Bischoff is the Director of the LL.M. Program in Real Property Development and has more than 30 years of legal experience in the real estate field.
Mary Doyle is the Faculty Liaison for the LL.M. Program in Real Property Development and teaches in the areas of property, land use, and water law.
Constance Bowers is the Program Administrator and Coordinator.