Curriculum Information Sessions

In an effort to help students, particularly first year students, decide on the appropriate courses to register for in the next academic year, the Law School schedules programs in which faculty who teach in a particular subject area talk about the course offerings that will be available next year, and the sequence in which a student interested in that subject area might want to enroll in those courses.  Since registration for fall 2012 courses will begin right after you return from spring break, we are beginning those sessions next week.  The first two are as follows:

Monday, March 12, from 12:30 to 1:15 in Room 2260:  Faculty who teach in the area of business law, and in the area of tax law, will present information about their courses.

Tuesday, March 13, from 12:30 to 1:15 in Room 3260:  Faculty who teach in the area of real estate, land use and community development law will talk about their courses.

Friday, March 16, from 12:30 to 1:15, in Room 2225:  Faculty who teach in the area of Trusts and Estates, and estate planning, will talk about their courses.

Please attend as many of these sessions as possible so that you are able knowledgeably to plan your academic program for next year.  Pizza will be provided!
During the weeks of March 19 and March 26, there will be similar programs on International Law, Administrative and Environmental Law, Criminal Law, and Family Law.     

Submitted by Jane Heymann, Assistant Dean for Career Services on March 9, 2012

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