Faculty & Leadership - Robert Traurig-Greenberg Traurig LL.M. in Real Property Development

Leadership

The Real Property Development LL.M. Advisory Board is composed of some of the most distinguished leaders in the industry, including law practice, finance, development, brokerage, architecture, banking, insurance, and marketing.

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Developer in Residence

 The Developer in Residence Program (DIR)  includes active involvement of one or more real estate developers who are able to complement the theoretical law, learned in the program with "real world" application to legal concepts.

Antonio Prado

Lecturer
Developer in Residence, Robert Traurig-Greenberg Traurig LL.M. in Real Property Development

axp1636@miami.edu

Antonio "Tony" Prado is an experienced developer with over three decades of active involvement in every facet of real estate development. Mr. Prado was a principal of The Hamilton Group, and oversaw the financing and development of over 600 residential units and numerous commercial projects. He is currently a principal of Hamilton...

Faculty

The faculty and leadership of the Real Property Development program is among the most respected in legal education. In addition to full-time faculty, prominent authorities and practitioners teach the graduate curriculum as adjunct professors.

The adjunct faculty includes scholars in their respective fields, as well as deans and former deans, partners and managing partners of prominent law firms, and general counsels of major real estate companies from across the U.S.


Brian S. Adler

Lecturer

b.adler@miami.edu

(305) 374-7593
Brian S. Adler works in the Land Use & Government Relations Group at Bilzin Sumberg. His experience includes representing developers and contractors in the permitting, platting, zoning, comprehensive planning and development processes, from application inception to representation at hearing. Adler works on numerous developments of...

Ross Altman

Lecturer

r.altman1@miami.edu

Ross J. Altman is a member in Dykema's Chicago office and leads the Firm's Construction Law practice. He focuses his practice on matters pertaining to design, engineering, procurement and construction. He represents owners, contractors, design professionals, lenders and others in matters ranging from drafting and negotiation...

Suzanne Marie Amaducci

Lecturer

sma164@miami.edu

(305) 284-3088
Suzanne M. Amaducci-Adams is a partner at Bilzin Sumberg and Real Estate Practice Group Leader. She has extensive experience in handling all aspects of commercial real estate and finance transactions, including acquisitions, mixed-use development, leasing, public private partnerships, commercial mortgage backed securities, and...


Ralph Bruce Bekkevold, ESQ

Lecturer

r.bekkevold@miami.edu

(305) 284-3978
Ralph Bekkevold has been a shareholder at Greenberg Traurig, LLP. in Miami since 2004. Prior to entering the legal profession, Bekkevold served as vice president of corporate banking with a major national bank. Bekkevold's practice areas include real estate, finance, banking and general corporate transactions. In addition...

Charles C Bohl

Professor

cbohl@miami.edu

(305) 284-4019
Charles C. Bohl is an associate professor and the director of the graduate program in Real Estate Development and Urbanism (MRED+U) at the University of Miami’s School of Architecture, where he directed the Knight Program in Community Building from 2000-2008. Dr. Bohl is an expert on place making, community building and mixed-use...

Joni Armstrong Coffey

Lecturer

jac421@miami.edu

(305) 968-8685
Joni Armstrong Coffey is a Partner at Akerman and has extensive experience in a full range of local government law issues, with particular legal expertise in land use law. She teaches in Miami Law's Robert Traurig-Greenberg Traurig LL.M. in Real Property Development. She focuses her practice on helping clients...

John Halula

Lecturer

j.halula@miami.edu

(305) 284-3396
John Halula is a Partner at the Miami office of Holland & Knight and chairs its Real Estate Practice Group. He has 20 years of experience in the areas of real estate and finance representing lenders, developers, purchasers and sellers of real estate. He has significant experience representing lenders in syndicated...


Thomas F Nealon, III

Lecturer
Interim Director and Adjunct Faculty, Robert Traurig-Greenberg Traurig LL.M. in Real Property Development

t.nealon@miami.edu

(305) 284-3111
Thomas F. Nealon III is the Interim Director for the Real Property Development LL.M. Program. He has taught in the RPD Program since 1996, and he currently teaches "Securitization of Commercial Real Estate" and "Distressed Property Workouts." Nealon was Vice Chairman and Director of Legal Affairs for LNR Partners, LLC, the...

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