Louis A. Galuppo
Olin Hall 234
Lecturer in Real Estate
J.D. California Western School of Law
B.S. San Diego State University, Business Administration
Louis Galuppo is the Residential Real Estate Director of the Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate at the University of San Diego. He has taught legal aspects of real estate in the School of Business Administration at USD since 1998. He has been involved in the real estate industry since 1975 either as a builder, real estate or mortgage broker, developer or attorney. Galuppo also practices law, emphasizing both transactions and litigation matters relating to real estate, real estate finance, construction, development, environmental and land use for Galuppo & Blechschmidt. He actively speaks and writes on issues affecting the real estate community and is involved in several real estate industry trade associations as a member and director, such as IREM, BIA, CCIM, NAIOP, NSDAR and SDAR. He received his bachelor's degree in business, with an emphasis in finance, from San Diego State University. After several years working as a real estate professional, he returned to school, receiving his law degree from California Western School of Law in 1989. While in law school, Galuppo was on staff of the law review and interned with the Superior Court of California in San Diego and with the Fourth District Court of Appeals, Division One.
Selected Current Research
Journal Article, Academic Journal
Tu, C., Galuppo, L. (2010). Capital Markets and Sustainable Real Estate: What are the Perceived Risks and Barriers?. Journal of Sustainable Real Estate, 2 (1), 143-159.
Galuppo, L. (2008). Coming Together to Sustain Our Environment.
Galuppo, L. (2008). Legal Handbook: Residential Real Estate Series – Real Estate Transfer Disclosure. Galuppo and Blechschmidt