I am currently coterming my master's along with my bachelor's and I have some credits left over after completing the core requirements. This made me wonder if I should take some law school courses before I graduate. The law school at my institution allows cross registration for undergrads and non-law graduate students, so the option is definitely viable. The question is whether it would be worth it to do so. My game plan is to take a couple law school courses and do well in them, hopefully enough for the professor to remember who I am, and get letter of recommendations from those professors.
Does this sound like a doable plan? The law school courses that I am pondering to take are both electives and I am hoping that 2Ls and 3Ls would give me some breathing room. Also, I am also curious whether LORs from law school professors could affect my chances of getting into T14 law schools.
Any input will be much appreciated. Thanks.
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It's not worth the effort of crossing campus unless you're interested in the courses on their own merits.
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