Miss_Sunshine wrote:Any insight regarding the following courses?:
Labor Law, Practice, and Policy - Cornell
Introduction to Depositions - Whelan
Contemporary Challenges in Labor Law - Liebman
First Amendment Law - Tebbe
Contemporary American Jury - Hans
Litigation Drafting - Freed
Death Penalty Clinic - Blume, Johnson
Trial Advocacy - Weyble
Arbitration Law & Practice - Meijer/Yusem
Or - are there any other classes that I should take before I graduate?
Intro to depos is (or at least was when I took it) mandatory pass/fail. It's minimal work but still kinda fun cause you get to actually participate a bit.
Litigation drafting is cool if you like that stuff and Freed is the nicest person ever.
People love trial ad but I never took it.
You should def take all the core classes. If you want to be a litigator you should also take fed courts and conflict of laws. Antitrust is awesome and I really enjoyed Int'l Commercial Arbitration with Barcelo. If you want to do transactional, well.... go to business school?