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u-grad classed 8 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 1  
Which classes do you think an undergrad should make sure he has regardless of his undergrad major if he wants to do well and be accepted into a good law school?
 
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Re:u-grad classes 8 Years ago Karma: 1  
Constitutional law, business law and any corporate law class is a good start.
 
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Re:u-grad classes 8 Years ago Karma: 0  
Strength in English and writing go a long way in law school. However, some of the best experience comes from clerking at a law firm prior to attending law school.
 
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Re:u-grad classes 8 Years ago Karma: 0  
Having a fundamental background on Poli Sci or business law is great, but analytical skills are even more essential for getting you thru law school. Take classes that require you to problem solve, like mathematics or engineering courses.
 
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Re:u-grad classes 7 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 0  
I would major in a degree in which i could get a job and i could always minor in poli sci or take business law classes. I think its prudent that you plan on getting a degree that is practical and which lends itself to obtaining a job. I think you need to plan as if you may not go to law school. What will you do if you get a poli sci degree and dont go to law school?
 
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Re:u-grad classes 7 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 0  
Good advice. Now tell me which degree will guarantee me a job?
 
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