3 Minors or IS?

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LawSchoolChampion

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3 Minors or IS?

Postby LawSchoolChampion » Mon Sep 26, 2011 8:40 am

Hey guys,


At the moment I am pursuing three minors (writing and rhetoric, business, and legal studies). At my school, completing all three minors would pretty much fulfill the requirements for the Interdisciplinary Studies degree.

I know law schools won't care too much between majors or minors (if at all), but I wondering about general legal employment post-law school.


Does anyone have an opinion? Firms prefer double majors? Law schools may give a double major a bit more weight than three minors?


Thanks guys!

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Re: 3 Minors or IS?

Postby chem » Mon Sep 26, 2011 8:49 am

LawSchoolChampion wrote:Hey guys,


At the moment I am pursuing three minors (writing and rhetoric, business, and legal studies). At my school, completing all three minors would pretty much fulfill the requirements for the Interdisciplinary Studies degree.

I know law schools won't care too much between majors or minors (if at all), but I wondering about general legal employment post-law school.


Does anyone have an opinion? Firms prefer double majors? Law schools may give a double major a bit more weight than three minors?


Thanks guys!


They won't care either way. The only majors I can see firms caring about are hard science degrees (patent eligible) and accounting (good for tax). Otherwise its meaningless



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