Campbell Law School

Patrick K. Hetrick

Patrick Hetrick is a recognized expert in real property law and the co-author of two leading treatises on that subject. He is a member of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers, has served as an expert witness in real estate matters, and has delivered over 100 continuing legal education presentations on real estate topics to attorneys and real estate brokers. He has taught survey courses in property and advanced real property for over three decades and currently concentrates on integrating technology in the classroom, including an online course focusing on mortgage law.

His current areas of interest and scholarship include a unique seminar in Planned Community Law, a course emphasizing green communities, historic and farmland preservation, environmental issues, resort communities and mixed-use developments. Hetrick's current research includes development of a context and practice casebook on the law of Planned Communities.

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Property I & II
Advanced Real Property
Common Interest Communities Law Seminar

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Education More ▼

Law studies, George Washington University Law Center
JD (with distinction), Marquette University
BS (History), University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

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Law practice experience More ▼

Whyte & Hirschboeck
Associate University Legal Counsel, Marquette University

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Memberships & affiliations More ▼

Member, Wisconsin Bar Association
Member, North Carolina Bar Association
Member, American Bar Association
Member, American College of Real Estate Lawyers
Member, National Conference of Bar Examiners Real Property Drafting Committee

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Professional experience More ▼

Professor of Law, Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law, Campbell University, 1978-present
Dean, Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law, Campbell University, 1987-98
Professor of Law, Marguette University, 1972-78

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Publications More ▼

Click here to view the SelectedWorks of Professor Hetrick

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