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I am a rising 3L. I am thinking of doing a concentration or two clinics. I want to do a compliance concentration but I also want to do a transactional clinic at my school and also a tax clinic. I cannot do all three at the same time. Is a concentration better or clinics better? In my transactional clinic, we do some compliance work.
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Hrm, I'm not sure how much the tax clinic would help you if that's not within your career goals. And I don't know how much a compliance certificate matters in helping you find a job. I'm doing a transactional law clinic this semester and I've learned a lot from doing it, but the clients you will get are very hit or miss and it's more a training in how to communicate with clients than it is about anything else.
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Clinics are a lot of work; I wouldn't do two different ones at the same time. And frankly if you end up without an offer you're better off networking/focusing on internships than taking specific classes, whereas if you get an offer it won't likely matter what you take.
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