Real estate law is a very broad category, and it can include but is not limited to sales, environment, land use, leasing, finance, restructuring and litigation. To become a well rounded real estate lawyer, you not only need the experience and qualifications in the bag but the willingness to gain a good understanding on all of these practice areas, after all, your clients are highly likely to need help regarding these common areas. It’s a very complex form of law in the UK and other parts of the world, and to be successful you have to be ready to get involved in a highly complex set of activities, whilst you should also have a good understanding of the economy and be up to date with the latest trends and statistics (with regards to properties in the UK). If you’re keen to become a real estate lawyer then now is a good time to start learning the trade, because many people in the UK are seeking legal advice in their area, and it will always be a popular form of law practice.