classes such as banking law or secured transactions law

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sangr
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classes such as banking law or secured transactions law

Postby sangr » Tue Aug 20, 2013 12:34 pm

hi all,

so are these classes (finance law, banking, securities, securities regulation, etc. blah blah) like all the first year classes in that
you dont have to know much about the topic to delve into it?

I want to take the classes but I am not exactly a guru on the topic.

thank you

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Law Sauce
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Re: classes such as banking law or secured transactions law

Postby Law Sauce » Tue Aug 20, 2013 12:45 pm

Look if there are prerequisites, if not, you are good to go, you dont need to know anything until the very end anyway
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Re: classes such as banking law or secured transactions law

Postby RELIC » Tue Aug 20, 2013 12:46 pm

sangr wrote:hi all,

so are these classes (finance law, banking, securities, securities regulation, etc. blah blah) like all the first year classes in that
you dont have to know much about the topic to delve into it?

I want to take the classes but I am not exactly a guru on the topic.

thank you

It depends on the class and instructor......why don't you ask your counselor or the instructor? No one on TLS will have anyway of knowing what level those courses are being taught at.

sangr
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Re: classes such as banking law or secured transactions law

Postby sangr » Tue Aug 20, 2013 12:51 pm

if i took any of those classes (such as taxation) it wouldnt have a prerequisite

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Re: classes such as banking law or secured transactions law

Postby Gorki » Tue Aug 20, 2013 10:07 pm

Sec Trans, Banking Law, Income Tax absolutely do NOT require you to have relevant experience in those fields... however there always seem to be former CPAs in tax but in a gigantic class there is not gonna be enough to seriously mess w/the curve.




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