Law School Courses, Study Materials and Bar Exams

For information purposes we used one law school to give you an idea of the Law Courses offered and to show you what a typical Legal Curriculum consists of. Law School courses vary from one school to another. Please check our Law School Page to find the curriculum best suited for your specific area of interest.

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.

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