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JakeL wrote:That was my initial feeling as well. Know of any way to make it apparent? Thanks.
Honestly adcomms won't really care if you have a minor or not. However, most applications ask about your proficiency in foreign language(s).
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Na_Swatch wrote:Place your minor in the education section of your Resume.
TCR- for the most part, minors are something you do when you have extra time. They are not equivalent to majors, so they should not be put in the major block.
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Put it in your resume and check the appropriate boxes for fluency level on your law school apps. Honestly, your LSAC profile is a trivial place to worry about putting your minor when the app proccess offers a particularly tangible way of showing it.
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