law in university

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Subject: law in university
i plan to study in law school in either Osgoode Hall or the U of T law school after i complete my university degree. i am wondering what would be some proper courses to take in university. i am planning to go to either U of T or York. should i take law and law related courses as my major/undergraduate degree? or something else? or should i do something else entirely as my pre-law?
[26-09-2007,23:01]
SomeGuy
(in reply to: law in university)
What area of the Law do you want to practice? If its criminal perhaps courses in criminology, or fighting human rights why not take courses in that? Or maybe corporate law, you would defiantly benefit from higher level mathematics courses, Calculus I, II, III and statistics courses to help in that field.

What will set you apart from the thousands who will compete for those spots? High grades / LSAT for sure. Be Unique and take what interests you!!

[01-10-2007,02:36]
Anonymous



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