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Securities will probably be somewhat more useful, but in my opinion is much more boring. Bankruptcy is slightly less useful (though still relevant), but was one of the best classes I took in law school.
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beach_terror wrote:Pretty simple - I'm a rising 3L and am debating between Securities Act of 1933 and Bankruptcy. General interest in learning more about financial stuff but have no real background in it. Good chance I'm going in-house post-grad, if that influences anything. Not enough credits for both.
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I took Bankruptcy, and seriously no one can follow Taggert. That being said, it is incredibly practical right now in my firm. See if you come across any in House stuff dealing with your company as a creditor. If not, probably won't need it in house.
If O'Hare teaches Securities Act, she is pretty great. Killed Biz Orgs with her.
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