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Re: Electives everyone should take

Postby worldtraveler » Tue Oct 05, 2010 7:14 pm

Immigration (If you are doing criminal law, you need to know this stuff. It's also just basic knowledge)
Appellate Advocacy/Advanced Writing Course
Trial Advocacy
Client Interviewing and Counseling or Depositions

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Re: Electives everyone should take

Postby GummiBear » Tue Oct 05, 2010 7:38 pm


Now many of you may be wondering why I'd say that, but I've found it to be quite an enlightening class. Bankruptcy encompasses a little bit of law from all sectors of the law including: Conlaw, Property, Torts, Contracts, Security Law, etc.

Additionally, Bankruptcy Courts exert their authority under Article II of the Constitution, so its interesting to see how Bankruptcy Judges/Procedures operate differently than what you would normally expect under Article III.

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