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I'm starting a part-time evening program this fall. Should I take summer classes this year so it doesn't take me four years to graduate? Or is an internship more valuable?
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- Joined: Sun Aug 18, 2013 5:26 am
If you are aspiring for a job position that requires a J.D., then do an internship. If you want to hurry up and finish with your J.D. and don't necessarily have a preference for J.D. requiring positions upon graduation, take summer classes.
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An internship is more valuable. If you have to, maybe you can find an internship that'll let you work part-time, or maybe just for 6 weeks (then you could take classes the rest of the summer).
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