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bwv812 wrote:jsporter wrote:TTT-LS wrote:Using the section symbol to refer to a law school section = hilarity.
Sounds like something only a Curriculum B person at GULC would do.
That certainly means a lot coming from a 0L.
Your sense for sarcasm sucks. Especially coming from a 1L.
Yes, I was chiming in on the making fun of you bit. But since I'm a 0L I can't make fun of your contrived way of writing "Section" when it'd be easier to just type the whole thing out.
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bwv812 wrote:Grad_Student wrote:Do you get a JD? Sounds more of an MA program
As opposed to the traditional JD process of spending the first year (and probably all three) in a litigation-focused curriculum, passing the bar on the strength of a prep course, and then spending a career practicing corporate law? You're going to need a better argument for the traditional curriculum than that.
Testy a bit are we?
I just made mention that it SOUNDED MORE of an MA program as opposed to a tradition JD program. Don't get your panties in a bunch.
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So this thread is almost a year old, but I was recently admitted to Gtown and am extremely interested in Section 3/Curriculum B. Hopefully someone will give it a read. I feel like I'm beginning to get a handle on the differences in content and organization between B and A, but I have yet to find any good information on what exams in B are like. Any info on that? If the exams are substantially different, how do section 3 students prepare?
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Snooker wrote:The 3B Curriculum seems like bullshit to me. Law schools are criticized for packing on too much theory and not teaching enough practical skills, so GULC's big solution is to pack on even more theory. will learning critical race theory as a 1L keep their graduates from sinking into document review jobs? Color me unimpressed.
GULC isn't trying to provide a solution that would please anti-intellectual LS critics.