Best Personal Injury Law School Programs?

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Duralex
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Re: Best Personal Injury Law School Programs?

Postby Duralex » Sat Jun 12, 2010 12:50 pm

Also, consider what kind of work you'll be doing. You may want to tailor some of your course selections if you're aiming at a subspecialty (i.e. med mal, toxic torts, blah blah blah.) Remedies is a good idea if your school offers it. Also, take trial ad and whatever other clinics have a good rep at your LS. Advanced legal drafting, or whatever it's called where you are, would be good too (depending upon the instructor.)

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Re: Best Personal Injury Law School Programs?

Postby sushenlee » Tue Jul 09, 2013 1:46 am

You'll get some flack for having this interest because of negative stereotypes associated with personal injury attorneys. This is an area of practice for which there will always be work and you get to help people.
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Re: Best Personal Injury Law School Programs?

Postby twenty » Tue Jul 09, 2013 1:54 am

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Re: Best Personal Injury Law School Programs?

Postby North » Tue Jul 09, 2013 10:01 am

sushenlee wrote:You'll get some flack for having this interest because of negative stereotypes associated with personal injury attorneys. This is an area of practice for which there will always be work and you get to help people.

(Is spamming for sleazy personal injury sweatshop; perpetuating negative stereotype.)




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