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Gena Para (ficticious)

Gena was born in Mexico, and she moved to the United States with her family when she was in the second grade. She majored in Political Science as an undergraduate student. During her junior year, she spent a semester studying abroad in Brazil. She believes that she would like to work for an international human rights organization. In addition to learning about international law and other legal topics, she would like to prepare to take a bar exam and learn professional skills. These are the classes she chose to take as a law student:

Second Year

Fall:
Client Counseling (required)
Criminal Procedure I
Environmental Law I
Current Problems in Int'l Women's Human Rights (seminar)
Human Rights Quarterly
Wills, Trusts, and Future Interests

Spring:
Legal Ethics (required)
Corporations I
Evidence
Human Rights Seminar (seminar)
HRQ
Public International Law

Third Year

Fall
Federal Income Tax
Sales
HRQ
Immigration Law and Policy
Tax Law - Practice One
Family Law

Spring:
International Arbitration and Litigation
International Business Transactions
HRQ
Legal Drafting
Negotiations
International Environmental Law