Monday, September 5, 2011

The ABA Journal blog asks readers: "What courses would you take if you had to do law school over again?"

As we blogged last week, GW Law School polled its alums to find out which upper level courses they would take if they had to do law school over again. That's inspired the ABA Journal blog to ask its readers the same question. Putting aside those who said that if they had to do it over again they wouldn't go to law school, I don't see any overarching pattern in the responses. But here's a sampling of some of the answers in rough order of popularity:

  • Business planning, marketing and client development
  • Statistics and accounting for lawyers.
  • Advanced civil procedure.
  • UCC
  • Administrative law
  • Government contracts
  • Tax
  • Trusts and estates

Contribute your own suggestions in the comments below or scoot on over to the ABA Journal blog and leave your comments there.

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