Economists call a bridge a "lumpy good"--without the whole thing, one has nothing of value. Housing is a similarly lumpy commodity: a half-built house is not half as valuable as a complete dwelling. Law makes housing lumpy when it mandates minimum quality or sizes.
Join the ALS in New York for the relaunch of the group. The atmosphere of the B Bar is convivial and the participants, of course, will be UChicago lawyers and friends. Went to Booth or College at UChicago and Law School elsewhere? No worries, the event and group welcome all lawyers and non-lawyers with an affinity for the law.