Alan Wallace teaches Real Estate Finance for Fall 2014. His research and teaching interests are primarily in real estate licensee duties, buyer/seller disclosure issues, mortgage brokerage law, real estate malpractice, and residential and commercial transactions.
Wallace has been involved in and supervised more than 7,500 real estate transactions for major California based real estate companies and has served as a legal advisor for two of the nation’s largest real estate companies. Currently, he is senior partner and owner of Wallace and Associates, a law, brokerage, litigation consulting, and expert witness firm specializing in real estate issues. He is also an expert witness, litigation, and transactional consultant for large firms and major real estate brokerage firms.
Wallace received his B.A in Political Science from UCLA and his J.D. from Loyola Law School. Prior to joining Wallace and Associates, Wallace was senior Vice President, general counsel, and corporate secretary for Kennedy-Wilson, Inc. and Vice President and designated broker for Pacific Sunbelt Mortgage Corporation. Wallace also served as Vice President, general counsel, and designated broker for Glickman Realty, Inc. Wallace holds membership in the California Association of Realtors, the National Association of Realtors, the Professional Standards Committee of the San Fernando Valley Association of Realtors, the National Association of Real Estate Instructors, the Southland Association of Realtors, and the California Real Estate Law Newsletter.
Wallace’s scholarship has appeared in the Los Angeles Daily Journal, Los Angeles County Real Property Journal, California Real Estate Magazine, and California Lawyer, among others. He is a Master Instructor and author of California Bureau of Real Estate Continuing Education courses for real estate licensees. He has also taught courses as Loyola Law School, the University of West Los Angeles’s Paralegal Program, and UCLA Extension’s Attorney Assistant Training Program. He also teaches Business Law at UCLA Extension.