Weird Electives at Law Schools Raise ...

Weird Electives at Law Schools Raise Questions

There are 1 comment on the JD Journal story from Dec 17, 2012, titled Weird Electives at Law Schools Raise Questions. In it, JD Journal reports that:

In today's struggling legal industry, law students are still forced to take courses that many would never think twice about enrolling in if not in law school.

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Parden pard

Nazareth, PA

#2 Dec 18, 2012
How about the class that teaches the law student,how to approach the DA or a former clerk of a judge for a pay-off,for leaning a particular way in a trial,,!?
(GOB 301)-----(Good Ole Buddy)
50% of lawyers appreciated this class very much,,!!

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