Vanderbilt Law School - VCP and the Lake County Bar Association
in partnership with Greater Northwest Indiana Association of REALTORS®
Who should attend?
This course is designed for professionals in real estate related professions, including: Real Estate
Licensees, Mortgage Lenders, Title Agents, Home Inspectors, Property and Casualty Insurance
Agents, Home Warranty Representatives and Financial Professionals.
What will you learn?
Discover how training on the Real Property Information Form (RPI) will help build your customer
base, and ultimately your profitability, serving family, elder, trusts and estate planning lawyers
clients’ RPI Form and real estate resource needs.
March 11, 2014 | Registration: 8:30 am | Class: 9 am to 4 pm
GNIAR Office, 800 E. 86th Avenue, Merrillville
6 hours elective CE for Indiana brokers & salespersons
Instructed by Kelly Lise Murray, J.D.—Vanderbilt Law School’s Director of Professional Education,
Founding Director of Vanderbilt Collaboration Project, VCP’s lead investigator/faculty for the
National Family Court Project on Housing and Financial Justice,
author of Reforming Real Property Due Diligence.
Q&A + Networking with lawyers - CLE event details:
Exclusive to course attendees only!
March 12, 2014 | 3 pm to 5 pm
Gamba Ristorante, 455 E. 84th Avenue, Merrillville
No cost; included after completing Divorce & Elder Real Estate for Consumer Protection Course
Here is your only chance in 2014 to meet Divorce and Elder/Probate lawyers in person
as they learn about the importance of working with you as an RPI Resource
Make checks payable to: Vanderbilt Law School and remit completed form (see below), along with full payment, to: Vanderbilt Law School - VCP Attn: Kelly Murray 131 21st Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203