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    NATIC Partners with University of Miami School of Law to Offer Agents Continuing Education Opportunity

    6/23/2016 10:35:53 AM


    North American Title Insurance Co. (NATIC) has announced a new collaboration with the University of Miami School of Law that will provide a unique educational benefit to its lawyer agents and approved attorneys through the school’s Robert Traurig-Greenberg Traurig Real Property Development LL.M.
     
    “As attorneys, our commitment to continuing education must be the highest priority, and enrollment in this program will enhance our agents’ professional skills and their ability to take their agency and legal practice to the next level,” said Emilio Fernandez, president of NATIC. “We are pleased to partner with such a reputable university in bringing a program of this stature to our agents.”
     
    Designed both for recent law graduates and lawyers who are seeking to deepen their understanding and mastery of real estate law, the program offers a wide range of courses taught by a faculty of practitioners from around the country who are experts in their fields.
     
    As part of the collaboration, the University of Miami is offering NATIC’s qualified agents and approved attorneys, for a limited time only, a discount of 25 percent of the per-credit tuition costs. To qualify, NATIC qualified agents and approved attorneys must meet the program’s admission requirements and enroll for the fall 2016 semester, scheduled to start Aug. 11. (With permission from the program’s director, enrollment may be delayed to spring 2017).
     
    The program is the leading educational offering in the country for lawyers working in the real estate field and includes such benefits as:
    • Offered in an online format as well as on campus
    • Structured with enormous flexibility to accommodate the demands of working attorneys
    • Includes site visits to significant development projects under construction or recently completed, coupled with informative meetings with the development team
    • Offers opportunity for interdisciplinary work at the University’s Schools of Business and Architecture
     
    For questions about the program or if you would like to speak with someone more specifically about application requirements, please email rpdinfo@law.miami.edu and you will be contacted by the appropriate program professional. More information on the LL.M. program may also be found at http://www.law.miami.edu/academics/llm/admissions-real-property-development.