MIAMI, FL—Amidst an unprecedented level of activity in South Florida’s commercial and residential real estate markets, the University of Miami Law School’s Master of Laws in Real Property Development (UM-RPD), has named Thomas F. Nealon as Director. Nealon will oversee all aspects of the post-graduate program, which assists recent law school graduates and practitioners interested in furthering their expertise in real estate development.
The UM-RPD Advisory Board is also expanding with the following real estate professionals joining: Rocio Budetta, Partner and Managing Director at Newland Capital Group; Carolina Herrera, Vice President of Land Acquisition at Lennar Homes; and Hugo Arza, Partner at Holland & Knight.
The expansion of the advisory board coincides with the continued growth of the UM-RPD program, which was recently recognized as the top LL.M. program for real estate law. With enrollment options available both on campus and through a distance learning option, the program attracts recent law school graduates and practitioners from across the country and internationally who are looking to build their practice.