Spring 2018 • Law 610 • Credits: 1
Instructor: Maria Saez-Tatman
Introduces students to the broad range of professional opportunities available to JDs, including paths beyond traditional legal practice. Through group work and self-study, students learn about the responsibilities and challenges of various career paths; the legal profession?s expectations for professional communication; and the requirements for professional success. Also addresses strategies for becoming a competitive candidate for summer and post-graduate positions in the current job market. Required course.
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