JD Real Estate Law Degree Program | Pepperdine University School of Law

Real Estate Law Program

Real Estate Law at Pepperdine University

Real estate attorneys represent real estate investment trusts, lenders, developers, landlords, tenants, buyers, and sellers in all aspects of commercial real estate. Real estate attorneys may be generalists, but often will specialize in litigation or transactional matters within the real estate industry.

Real Estate Law Courses

Major real estate transactions include acquisitions, dispositions, construction and development projects, financing work, commercial leases, and real estate workouts for troubled real estate loans. Real estate matters often involve landlord-tenant, land use or environmental issues.

Pepperdine Law Professors with Real Estate Law Expertise

Kris Knaplund, Grant Nelson, Shelley Saxer, and Peter Wendel.

Relevant Course Offerings

  • Property

  • Real Estate Transactions

  • Real Estate Finance

  • Federal Income Tax of Property Transactions

  • Environmental Law

  • Administrative Law