Law School Courses, Study Materials and Bar Exams
Law Courses and Law School Curriculum
- Becoming a Lawyer
You found the school that fits like a glove, aced your LSATs, secured financing, glided through the interview, and got into law school. What can you expect now that this part's over?
- Is There A Standard Law School Curriculum?
Not exactly. But, whether the law school you choose is public or private, large or small, faith-related or independent, stand-alone or affiliated with a university, you will find that the basic curriculum focuses on certain skills required of all lawyers.
- Sample Legal Courses and Law School Curriculum
Law courses offered by law schools vary, but basically a typical example of what a law student can expect include courses and training such as: Agricultural Law - Bankruptcy/Commercial - Children and the Family - Civil Litigation - Clinical Programs/Internships - Constitutional Law and Litigation - Corporate/Business - Criminal Law and Litigation - Environmental Law and Litigation - Estate Planning - Health Care Law - Insurance Law and Litigation - Intellectual Property and Patent Law - International Law - Labor and Employment Law - Legislative Practice - Property/Real Estate - Taxation - Topical/Survey - Tort and Commercial Litigation.