|Present||Director, Center for Real Estate Law, UIC John Marshall Law School|
|Present||Professor, UIC John Marshall Law School|
UIC John Marshall Law School
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Integrating Adjunct Faculty Into Teaching Real Estate Transactions Law & Practice--Both in the Classroom and Online, 53 Wake Forest L. Rev. 947 (2018) Faculty Scholarship (2018)
I welcome the invitation to share my experience and ideas on teaching law students about the real world of real estate from a transactional perspective, beyond the appellate cases that are the basis of so ...
The Global Subprime Crisis As Explained By The Contrast Between American Contracts Law And Civil Law Countries' Laws, Practices And Expectations In Real Estate Transactions: How The Lack Of Informed Consent And The Absence of the Civil Law Notary in the United States Contribute to the Global Crisis in Subprime Mortgage Investments, 11 J. Int'l Bus. & L. 133 (2012) Faculty Scholarship (2012)
The Global Subprime Crisis as Explained by the Contrast Between American Contracts Law and Civil Law Countries' Laws, Practices, and Expectations in Real Estate Transactions Journal of International Business and Law (2012)
A significant cause of the subprime mortgage crisis in the United States is that borrowers often have a general lack of understanding or actual misunderstanding of their loan obligations and of the default remedies available ...
Borrowing from the B Schools: The Legal Case Study as Course Materials for Transaction Oriented Elective Courses: A Response to the Challenges of the MacCrate Report and the Carnegie Foundation for Advancement of Teaching Report on Legal Education Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law (2009)
Borrowing from the B Schools: The Legal Case Study as Course Materials for Transaction Oriented Elective Courses: A Response to the Challenges of the MacCrate Report and the Carnegie Foundation for Advancement of Teaching Report on Legal Education, 11 Transactions: Tenn. J. Bus. L. 9 (2009) Faculty Scholarship (2009)
Real Estate Auctions - Legal Concerns for an Increasingly Preferred Method of Selling Real Property, 40 Real Prop. Prob. & Tr. J. 765 (2006) Faculty Scholarship (2006)
Part I of this Article provides an introduction and history of how the real estate auction has been used to sell non-distressed properties as an alternative to negotiated sales. Part II analyzes, from a legal ...
Arbitration Advocacy: From Clause to Hearing, 28 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 101 (2004) Faculty Scholarship (2004)
This Article provides an overview of the key differences between arbitration and litigation, a look at the past and present state of the law governing arbitration, techniques for drafting arbitration clauses, and effective advocacy at ...