This practice area involves the law as it relates to commercial and residential building construction projects. It involves issues arising from contracts with engineers, architects, contractors, subcontractors, and the government, as well as code and land use laws. Construction lawyers sometimes hold engineering, and/or architecture degrees in addition to law degrees.
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UC Berkeley, Class Of 2014
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