Greg holds the distinction of achieving the top score when he took the Arizona bar exam.
Greg's significant business achievements began after law school, when he assumed management of his family's real estate firm, and helped catapult its growth to more than 300 agents. He subsequently founded several highly successful brokerage, franchise, and development firms, both nationally and locally, including one that grew to more than 100 offices with locations from Fairbanks, Alaska, to Boca Raton, Fla.
American University, Washington College of Law, J.D., 1974
Miami University, B.S., 1971, with honors
A highly regarded national real estate expert, entrepreneur, educator and author, Greg has been quoted in books, magazines and newspapers across the country, and has appeared on numerous radio and television programs, including frequent interviews and guest commentary in The Wall Street Journal and on National Public Radio. He has been quoted in or his companies have been referenced by REALTOR® magazine, Money magazine, Kiplinger's book, Buying and Selling a Home and The Arizona Republic.
Greg is an adjunct professor at the Phoenix School of Law.
Greg is an active advocate for the homeless, volunteering for Phoenix Rescue Mission and serving on its steering committee, which raised more than $12 million for construction of a Women's and Children's Center. He is a participant in the State Bar of Arizona Volunteer Lawyer Program and also has served as a youth mentor through Big Brothers/Big Sisters.
· Arizona, 2010
· Ohio, 1974 (inactive)
· Ohio Real Estate Broker's license, 1971
· Kentucky Real Estate Broker's license, 1977
· Arizona Real Estate Broker's license, 1981
· State Bar of Arizona
· Arizona Volunteer Lawyers Program
· Taught real estate continuing education courses
· Taught real estate pre-license courses, Edgecliff College, Cincinnati, Ohio
Greg has been honored as one of the "Top 100 REALTORS in the Nation," and has been nominated for National Real Estate Educator of the Year, Arizona Entrepreneur of the Year and the National REALTOR Good Neighbor awards.
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Greg Hague, quite literally, single-handedly inspired me to work with contracts. His emphasis on the power of contracts taught me that our entire economic system is built from innumerable contracts. His ability to distill complex concepts down into bite-sized pieces made him the best law professor I had in school. He has continued as a mentor and friend, assisting me as I navigate the lofty world of business law.
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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Top Attorney of Month||Volunteer Lawyers Program||2013|
|Top 50 Pro Bono Attorney of the Year||Arizona Foundation for Legal Services and Education||2012|
|CLE Convention Presentation||Arizona Trustees Association||2012|
|Professor of the Year||Phoenix School of Law||2011|
|Top Score on Bar Exam||State Bar of Arizona||2010|
|Attorney at Law||Gregory Hague||2013 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|State Bar of Arizona||N/A||2010 - Present|
|Arizona Volunteer Lawyers Program||N/A||2010 - Present|
|Ohio State Bar Association||N/A||1974 - 1980|
|Paradise Valley Independent Newspaper||Legal Case Series||2011|
|Real Property Journal||Arizona Mortgage Anti-Deficiency||2011|
|Inman News||Broker Fulfills Childhood Dream||2010|
|ABA Law Practice Magazine||Interview||2010|
|Arizona Republic||Interviews re Top Bar Score||2010|
|Arizona Attorney||Interview re Top Bar Score||2010|
|Wall Street Journal||Real Estate Interviews||2009|
|National Public Radio||Multiple Interviews||2005|
|American University||College of Law||Juris Doctorate||1974|
|Miami University of Ohio||With Honors||Bachelors||1971|
|Annual Convention||Mortgage Deficiency Statutes||2012|
|Various Engagements Speaking & Teaching||Continuing License Education||2011|