Real Estate Law

Real Estate Law

Course Number: Law 901FB and Law 901S
Students accepted into this program may be placed at a law firm in the metropolitan New York area through the New York State Bar Association, Real Property Law Section, Student Internship Program. During the internship, interns will be entitled to become student members of the RPLS, and dues, if any, will be paid for by the RPLS. Students will be exposed to the various aspects of law firm practice and learn the unique lawyering skills and substantive knowledge for practice in real estate law. Students will work between 10 and 15 hours per week and attend a weekly seminar at the law school. No compensation will be made for the work performed. A major piece of writing at the end of the semester and the maintenance of a weekly journal are required. Externship obligations may continue during academic vacation and exam periods. Pre- or co-requisite: Real Estate Transactions & Finance. Permission of the Professor after application and interview required.