Friday, February 28, 2020

Selecting Second And Third Year Elective Courses

The electives that I’ve taken in my second and third year have been some of the most rewarding experiences I’ve had in law school yet. I chose my electives based on my interests and Loyola had a great selection of courses for me to explore. To make the most educated decision, though, I cross-referenced resources from the school regarding bar courses and also had to decide whether I wanted to pursue a concentration.

Ultimately, I decided to keep the door open and take courses that satisfy the Civil Litigation Concentration requirements if I decide to pursue the concentration, as well as courses that will prepare me for the bar and my future career in Personal Injury. I was also lucky enough to consult with some professors that I’ve developed relationships with to see what they recommend. All of these resources made it pretty easy to choose my electives and, going into my third year, I’ve even been able to pursue a directed research paper for 2 units.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.