The UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate advances thought leadership through influential research, rigorous educational opportunities and meaningful professional forums.
A joint undertaking of UCLA Law and the world-class UCLA Anderson School of Management, the Center draws upon diverse faculty with expertise in topics from architecture to geography. Abundant activities and programs, such as the Howard and Irene Levine Program in Housing and Social Responsibility and the annual Crocker Symposium, inspire the next generation of business leaders and social entrepreneurs.
The Center tackles the most critical real estate challenges facing society today — and formulates strategies for tomorrow. We have produced cutting-edge real estate and urban economic analyses, instituted valuable and timely industry activities, and provided meaningful public policy initiatives. The Center is tightly coupled to the real estate community of Los Angeles, and its influence is renowned throughout the United States and abroad. In addition, the UCLA Ziman Center supports a broad range of real estate-related courses and sponsors a wide array of student organizations, programs and activities to augment student training and development.