Clinic - Advanced Condominium and Cooperative Internship
Pre- or co-requisites: Law of Condominiums, Cooperatives, and Homeowners Associations or (with permission from the instructor) Corporate Real Estate Clinic
Students will work at the Real Estate Finance Bureau of the New York State Department of Law, under the supervision of Assistant Attorneys General, performing legal writing, research, investigation, enforcement, and dispute resolution for actual offerings for the sale of individual units in condominiums, cooperatives, and homeowners associations. Students may be assigned cases that will require interactions with consumers, developers, engineers, architects, and attorneys representing parties before the Attorney General. The purpose of the clinic is for students to apply some of the theories and principles of the law of the development and sale of common interest communities to real life situations.Seminar Credits: 1.00
Seminar: The clinic includes a 1-credit seminar in which the law governing the regulation of offerings for the sale of interests in real property will be examined.
Enrollment Notes: This clinic is offered in the spring only.