You would have to attend a recognize law school to obtain a degree in law specializing in real estate law.
There might other sub titles in the law field that covers real estate law. You would have to check with your career counselor about these sub titles and what they offer as well as the school requirements to specialize in the sub titles of real estate law and get your degree.
I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck.
Provided you and she are completely innocent victims of his attack,
what you do now is pursue ALL possible charges against him, in both
criminal and civil court and see that he is punished to the fullest extent of the law.
He used a motorized vehicle as a weapon, which was capable of killing both of you.
He is no longer your friend, but a mortal enemy and should be treated as such.
Your parents and hers should immediately petition the court for a restraining order
against him, as well as demand the school expel him for attacking two of its' students.
That, coupled with the restraining order, should work to keep him out of your school.
Cooperate with the police and prosecutor to ensure he is charged, tried and convicted.
When he chose to abuse his driving privileges and use a vehicle as a weapon,
he crossed the line from a simple childish squabble to a serious felonious battery.
The entire town deserves to know they have a violent, dangerous teen
living amongst them, so they can take precautions to safeguard their children, too.
Any of your classmates who refuse to recognize him as a violent thug are themselves
foolish, naive children and you should not count them as your friends either.
What charges and punishment he receives depends largely upon you and her
and your families and how tenaciously you ALL pursue justice in this matter.
Do not back down or feel sorry for him; he has demonstrated that he is
a violent, dangerous individual and needs to be dealt with severely.