Real Property Track

General Practice Concentration

Concentration Advisor: Professor Martha Jordan

In addition to completing required first-year courses, the required courses in Corporations,[1] Evidence, and Professional Responsibility, students wishing to fulfill the General Practice Concentration – Real Property Track must complete four additional courses in the upper level curriculum, as follows:

Required Courses- at least two of the following

Construction Law
Environmental Considerations in Business and Real Estate Transactions
General Practice Simulation
Land Use Planning
Oil and Gas Law
Real Estate Planning

Elective Courses

Choose two additional courses from below (or required courses above):

Clinics and Externships
Externship*

Upper-Level Writing Requirement Courses
Directed Research*
Journal Article*

Other Courses
Administrative Law (only in conjunction with Land Use Planning)
Basic Federal Income Taxation
Contract Drafting Simulation

*Requires approval of Concentration Advisor after consultation with faculty member supervising the clinic/externship/paper.

[1] Corporations I and II; or Corporate and Partnership Law, and Advanced Corporate Law and Business Entities