Which Law Classes?

A George Washington Law School survey that asked alumni which elective courses had proven the most useful to them and which electives they wish they had taken. Here are the top 3 ranked courses on usefulness:

  1. evidence
  2. administrative law
  3. corporations

And the wish list:

  1. complex litigation
  2. administrative law
  3. pretrial advocacy

One View on the Most Useful Courses in Law School, WSJ, 8/25/2011.

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