Sam Freshman ('54, JD '56)
Mr. Freshman is Board Chairman of Standard Management Company which performs real estate acquisitions, bridge finance, and property management. Active in real estate investment for 60 years as an attorney and investor. He has been an expert witness in real estate, legal matters, finance, lecturer at the Stanford, UCLA and USC law and business schools, chairman of a bank, title company and a theatre exhibitor. Author of books and over 20 published articles, Mr. Freshman is working on a series on saving entitled, “The Smartest Way to Save,” and “The Smartest Way to Save More” about becoming rich on a modest income. His book “Principles of Real Estate Syndication” is considered the bible on the subject. Sam received a Stanford BA (pre-legal, 1954) and a JD (1956). Sam is also the Founding Chairman of Stanford Professionals in Real Estate (SPIRE).