Practice Area: Real Property Law

Member Profile: Margaret Ling

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10 Tips for Practicing in Dispute Resolution

In February 2022, the Real Property Law Section participated in a law student roundtable discussion that provided current law students with a better understanding on the experiences, rewards, and challenges practicing attorneys have faced in real property law while offering insight on the various career opportunities available.

10 Tips for Practicing in Torts, Insurance, and Compensation Law

In February 2022, the Real Property Law Section participated in a law student roundtable discussion that provided current law students with a better understanding on the experiences, rewards, and challenges practicing attorneys have faced in real property law while offering insight on the various career opportunities available.

10 Tips for Practicing in Real Property Law

In February 2022, the Real Property Law Section participated in a law student roundtable discussion that provided current law students with a better understanding on the experiences, rewards, and challenges practicing attorneys have faced in real property law while offering insight on the various career opportunities available.

NYSBA Commends Governor and Legislature for Averting Housing Crisis

Governor Kathy Hochul and the state Legislature are showing real leadership in extending critical tenant protections while also recognizing the importance of preserving the rights of landlords, who are also struggling as a result of the ongoing challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic.

The Surfside Condo Collapse: Lessons for New York

The disastrous collapse in Surfside, Florida of the 40-year-old Champlain Towers South condominium tower should set off alarm bells in New York City, wherein it is estimated there presently are more than 1 million buildings.