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NC Real Estate Commission

Government Agencies

Fall; Spring

Work Description

DESCRIPTION OF ORGANIZATION: The Real Estate Commission licenses and regulates real estate brokers and salesmen, and registers and regulates timeshares. The Legal Division of the Commission is concerned primarily with the regulatory aspects of the Commission's functions, including investigation and prosecution of cases against real estate licensees, timeshare regulation and administrative rulemaking.

DESCRIPTION OF STUDENT WORK/PROJECTS: Students will assist attorneys in preparing for administrative litigation before the Real Estate Commission as well as appellate cases in the NC Superior Courts, Court of Appeals, and/or Supreme Court. Their work will include reviewing investigation reports and preparing case summaries for probable cause determinations, preparing Notices of Hearing outlining allegations against licensees, and researching and briefing various real estate, contract and/or administrative law topics.

COURSE OR OTHER REQUIREMENTS/PREFERENCES FOR STUDENT: Up to 2 students per semester.

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