In addition to the material addressed in Real Estate Transactions Seminar and/or Course (see course description), LTP students will provide assistance to low-income communities seeking to accomplish community revitalization objectives, such as acquisition, control, and redevelopment of urban properties for first-time homeownership, community greening, or other neighborhood enhancement projects. Legal work may also include the further development of legislative and litigation strategies. In addition to the requirements of the Real Estate Transactions course/seminar, LTP students will be expected to: (a) attend weekly supervision sessions or tutorials to discuss the application of legal theories and practical strategies to assist client communities; (b) devote an average of 12 hours per week to the legal work; and (c) participate in regular legal team meetings. Most LTP students will register for 5 credits to satisfy the Cardin Requirement; with the instructor’s advance permission, a limited number of students may register for 6 credits with the intention of satisfying the Cardin and Advanced Certification Writing Requirements.
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Last offered Fall 2002.