Real Estate Law Association

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The purpose of this organization shall be to bring together University of Baltimore law students who are interested in real estate law and in other related aspects of real estate. The Real Estate Law Association shall also: (1) serve to educate and inform its members on the subject matter of real estate law and other related topics in the field of real estate and real property law; (2) serve as a networking and social organization to provide networking opportunities in the field of real estate law and related industries, and (3) strive to foster positive professional and academic relationships within its membership and between its student members and the community at large.

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Our Team

Alexander Berman
Treasurer
Samuel Hanke
President
Austin Klinger
Vice President
Audreyline McFarlane
Primary Advisor
Samson Nabozny
Secretary

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Real Estate Law Association

1420 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD, 21201
United States