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If you can squeeze it in, yes you should take it. It will help
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2L, would also like to hear others response on this - thoughts on this vs. appel advoc?
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If you like trials, you should take Trial Advocacy. If you do not like trials, you should not take Trial Advocacy.
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Take both if you want to do litigation. Also, see if your school offers a litigation prep writing class. This is above and beyond regular LRW and different in focus than the normal advanced LRW...practice practice.
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