Lawyering—Not What It Used To Be
Have you followed the recent commentary about law schools in crisis? The three-year curriculum is too long, the cost-benefit isn't there except for tenured law professors, graduates emerge with enormous student debt, there are too few jobs, and far fewer that pay well. Law schools are talking about changing curriculums, possibly cutting a year out. The dirty little secret is—many intelligent college grads could pass the bar exam after taking one of those intense prep courses, certainly without all the law school course padding.
SAN DIEGO—Multifamily lenders need to keep an eye on income growth and factor it into their underwriting standards, in addition to being aware of decreasing affordability in the market, speakers at MBA’s CREF/Multifamily Housing Convention & Expo 2017 tell attendees.
Last week I ended my Rant with the warning that the left, and the kids being turned out of universities with the belief that they can yell and scream…
CHICAGO—The rise in wages is helping push operations into secondary markets.
SAN DIEGO—GlobeSt.com caught up with MBA’s CREF/Multifamily Housing Convention and Expo 2017 attendee Ed Hussey, head of multifamily production at Pillar about his thoughts on the market.