[Excerpt] Welcome to the 2015 edition of the Cornell Real Estate Review (CRER), a publication that features practical, applied research interspersed with commercial real estate cases and industry awards relied upon by our readers. The Cornell Real Estate Review, similar to the Law Review structure found in most US Law Schools, is edited and managed by graduate students in the two-year Cornell University Baker Program in Real Estate who serve as the managerial and editorial staff with Cornell faculty oversight. Selection as editor of the Cornell Real Estate Review is the most prestigious honor available in the Baker Program in Real Estate at Cornell University, and 2014-15 Co-Editors Dan Gualtieri (Baker '15), Nicholas Martinez (Baker '15) and Clayton Roach (Baker ’15) continued the tradition of dedication and professionalism that have come to symbolize Cornell Real Estate Review Editors as well as implemented practices that will serve the Review for years to come.
Funk, D. (2015). Foreword. Cornell Real Estate Review, 13(1), 4. Retrieved from http://scholarship.sha.cornell.edu/crer/vol13/iss1/3