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Dale Alan Whitman

Dale Alan Whitman, American lawyer, educator. Bar: California 1967, Utah 1971. Fellow American Bar Foundation; member American Law Institute, American College Real Estate Lawyers, American College Mortgage Attorneys, Association American Law Schools (president 2002).

Background

  • Whitman, Dale Alan was born on February 18, 1939 in Charleston, West Virginia, United States.

  • Education

    • Student, Ohio State University, 1959. Educational Studies, Elementary School, Brigham Young University, 1963. Bachelor of Laws, Duke University, 1966.

    Career

    • Associate O'Melveny & Myers, Los Angeles, 1966-1967. Assistant professor, then assoc professor school law University North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1967-1970. Visiting professor law University of California at Los Angeles, 1970-1971.

      Deputy director Office Housing and Urban Affairs Federal Home Loan Bank Board, Washington, 1971-1972. Senior program analyst Federal Housing Administration, Housing and Urban Development, 1972-1973. Professor law Brigham Young University, 1973—1978, 1992—1998, University Washington, 1978—1982.

      Visiting professor law University Missouri, Columbia, 1976. Professor law, dean University Missouri School Law, 1982-1988, professor, 1988—1991, since 1998. Consultant, lecturer in field.

      Reporter American law Institute.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: California 1967, Utah 1971.

    Works

    • Real Estate Finance Law (Hornbook)
    • This treatise provides current, expert coverage on the law of mortgages, including the mortgagor-mortgagee relationship prior to foreclosure; mortgage substitutes; transfers by the mortgagor; transfers by the mortgagee; payment and prepayment; the foreclosure process; deficiency judgments and anti-deficiency regulation; priority issues; governmental intervention in the mortgage market; and financing real estate construction.
    • Real Estate Finance Law (Hornbook)
    • This treatise provides current, expert coverage on the law of mortgages; the necessity and nature of obligation; mortgage substitutes; foreclosure; statutory impacts; subrogation, contribution, and marshaling; government intervention; and financing real estate construction.
    • Nelson and Whitman's Real Estate Finance Law, 5th
    • This treatise provides current, expert coverage on the law of mortgages; the necessity and nature of obligation; mortgage substitutes; foreclosure; statutory impacts; subrogation, contribution, and marshaling; government intervention; and financing real estate construction.

    Membership

    Fellow American Bar Foundation. Member American Law Institute, American College Real Estate Lawyers, American College Mortgage Attorneys, Association American Law Schools (president 2002).

    Personality

    Interests

    Piano, flying.

    Connections

    • Married Marjorie Miller: 8 children.
    • spouse: Marjorie Miller: 8 children.
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