What is the best pre law course??
2 Re: What is the best pre law course?? on Sat Aug 25, 2012 1:37 am
Mayroong mga course na as a rule eh nagbibigay ng edge sa isang law student pagdating sa certain subjects -- for example, 'pag Accountancy ang pre-law course mo, may edge ka sa ObliCon, Nego, Corpo, at Tax (apparently, same case for Commerce and Economics grads); ang mga Legal Management grads naman eh may mga pinagdaanang law subjects na sa undergrad curriculum nila; kapag Political Science degree holders naman, may advantage sa Political Law subjects.
Even so, may mga law students na Nursing graduates ('yung iba, mga RN pa), may mga HRM, may Comm-Arts, Psychology, Journ, Pharmacy, Theology, Fine Arts, Education, may Computer Science pa (represent, yo). Heck, once in a blue moon, may Music grad pa nga eh (e.g. Justice Oswaldo Agcaoili -- the guy who wrote the best LTD books ever). At kahit supposedly, walang dalang "advantage" 'tong mga graduate ng mga nasabing kurso pagpasok sa law school, aba, tingnan mo't minsan mas magagaling pa sila sa mga "may edge".
Sa madaling sabi, wala sa course 'yan. Sabi nga ni Batman, "It's not who I am underneath, but what I do that defines me."
9 Re: What is the best pre law course?? on Mon Feb 25, 2013 11:33 pm
15 Re: What is the best pre law course?? on Mon May 20, 2013 2:01 am
I already knew how to properly read cases and digest them. I already knew how to answer questions during recitation and quizzes. I already know how to move on from extreme embarrassment fast. Since in Legal Management, most of our teachers were lawyers and their manner of teaching were somehow the same.
Its not really about the subjects you had when you were in college. You will eventually forget them or your law professor would overhaul them and present them in another way. Its more on the training and study habits that you acquire that will truly help.
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