LOS ANGELES—Law firm Pircher, Nichols & Meeks has completed its second annual joint venture challenge with UCLA’s Milken Institute for students at UCLA and University of California, Berkley. The challenge is intended to give the students a real-life experience in transactional law before entering the workforce.

For the challenge, the law firm drafted two faux transactions for teams, which has a minimum of one law student and one MBA candidate, about the joint venture interests of a fictional company, Leverage Brothers. The first venture opportunity was with successful hotel while the second was a venture that owned thousands of undeveloped residential lots in Phoenix, AZ.  

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