Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Selected Legal Real Estate Events

Here is a selection of real estate events across the country that focus on legal issues.

8th Annual Outlook for Texas Land Markets
April 24 - 25, 2008
Hyatt Regency Hotel, 123 Losoya, San Antonio, Texas
The this event will provide information on a variety of legal, economic, social and natural resource issues influencing current land market dynamics and other real estate issues. At the seminar’s conclusion, the TREC Ethics MCE course will be offered to real estate licensees. Continuing education credit for these events is pending from ASA, ASFMRA, BTPE, IPT, TALCB, and TDLR. Credit approved by TREC
RLI Reception: $20
Seminar only: $200 or $220 after Mar 23
Seminar and ethics course: $220 or $245 after Mar 23
Seminar and RLI reception: $220 or $240 after Mar 23
Seminar, ethics and reception: $240 or $265 after Mar 23
Denise Whisenant
Real Estate Center
2115 Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843-2115
Phone: 979-458-4773

22nd Annual Legal Seminar on Ad Valorem Taxation - 2008
August 27 - 29, 2008
Hyatt Regency
123 Losoya, San Antonio, Texas
The event provides a wealth of information on a variety of legal topics influencing ad valorem taxation and is presented in cooperation with the State Bar of Texas Property Tax Committee.
Denise Whisenant
Real Estate Center
2115 Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843-2115
Phone: 979-458-4773

The John Marshall Law School
Continuing Legal Education Events organized by the Center for Real Estate Law

May 4, 2008
Ethics for the Lawyer Involved in Real Estate Transactions

Wendy Muchman is a senior counsel and group manager at the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission of the Supreme Court of Illinois where she investigates and prosecutes lawyer disciplinary cases, including those involving real estate transactions. She teaches legal ethics at Northwestern University School of Law as a member of its adjunct faculty.

Advancing Your Legal Career
Event Co-Sponsored by Career Services and The Center for Real Estate Law.

Relationships with Other Professionals Are Critical to Career Success

Hear a lively exchange between Attorney James Hochman (Coman & Anderson PC) and real estate professional James Kaplan (James Kaplan Companies, Inc) who had worked together on many events. They illustrate how critical a good working relationship between attorneys and other professionals can be to the success of the transaction. Learn how to achieve career success by recognizing the important roles that other professionals play in transactions. Real estate attorneys and professionals work in a small community. Good relationships make deals happen and advance careers.

Real Estate Mortgage Market Litigation

April 18, 2008

The Mortgage Meltdown is at the forefront of market troubles in the U.S. today. There will be a tremendous amount of subsequent litigation, including Borrowers suing Lenders, Investors Suing Lenders, and Lenders Suing Brokers and Appraisers. This will effect a lot of people!

If you are involved in the real estate industry, this event could not be a more timely program. Anyone involved in real estate development will need to know how to protect themselves and their clients moving forward.

The Red Lion Hotel on 5th
1415 5th Ave
Seattle, Washington 98101