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Second Year Anticipated Courses?


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vbcoffee
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You basically just come up with a list of courses you plan to take in the format provided by your CDO. The point of the list is just to demonstrate your interests. But you're not bound by it and can take whatever courses you want to take. 

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frenchie
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28 minutes ago, vbcoffee said:

You basically just come up with a list of courses you plan to take in the format provided by your CDO. The point of the list is just to demonstrate your interests. But you're not bound by it and can take whatever courses you want to take. 

Ohhhh makes sense! Do I just put the course name/code along with the description (???) in a word document? 

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Professor Lupin
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You can just create a bulleted list in Word with the names of the courses you intend to take in 2L and 3L (source: my school's CDO). Like Coffee noted above, it's purpose is to demonstrate which area of the law you are interested in.

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frenchie
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4 minutes ago, Professor Lupin said:

You can just create a bulleted list in Word with the names of the courses you intend to take in 2L and 3L (source: my school's CDO). Like Coffee noted above, it's purpose is to demonstrate which area of the law you are interested in.

Awesome! Thank you so much 🙂 Unfortunately my school doesn't have a Career Development Office, so I really appreciate the help!

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