Professor Emeritus Joyce Palomar is speaking at the annual conference of the American College of Mortgage Attorneys in Asheville, North Carolina, on Sept. 15, 2017. She will explain “The Effect of Full Credit Bids and Failure to Pursue Deficiency Judgments on Lenders’ Title Insurance.”
Prof. Palomar is a frequent lecturer at national conferences and is the author of the treatises Title Insurance Law and Patton & Palomar on Land Titles, as well as of many law journal articles.
During Fall Semester 2017, Prof. Palomar is teaching her Land Use Seminar at the OU College of Law. This is her 30th year teaching Property, Real Estate Transfer & Finance, and Land Use at OU Law.
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