Taking interdisciplinary classes in law school

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expelliarmus
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Taking interdisciplinary classes in law school

Postby expelliarmus » Fri Jan 06, 2012 2:24 am

I am interested in more than one discipline, and I would love to learn about other disciplines too. For example, I would love to continue my Spanish Lit classes in law school, or take another philosophy class, or even math - does your school allow that?
Do you feel you have time to pull that off?

Thanks!!!

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Re: Taking interdisciplinary classes in law school

Postby 09042014 » Fri Jan 06, 2012 3:15 am

My school lets us take 1 or 2 courses outside of law, but it has to be graduate level. If the course is co-listed you are able to take as many as you want. I've taken 2 business school classes that way.

I doubt you'll find a school that will let you do this 1L. But after then you'll have plenty of time to.




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