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John Pelam (ficticious)

John was an education major as an undergraduate.]During his; first year, he enjoyed the experience of acting as an advocate for a client in his Advocacy class. He believes he might want to be a litigator for a law firm or a governmental agency. He decided to learn about many areas of the law while a law student, prepare to take a bar exam, and learn professional skills including learning about litigation and ADR. These are the classes he selected to take during his second and third years of law school.

Second Year

Fall:
Client Counseling (required)
Corporations I
Corporations I Practice One
Evidence
Federal Courts
Law Review

Spring:
Criminal Procedure I
Law Review
Legal Ethics (required)
Negotiations
Remedies
Trial Practice

Third Year

Fall:
Electronic Discovery: Procedural and Evidentiary Issues
Federal Income Tax
Law Review
Sixth Circuit Clinic
Wills, Trusts, and Future Interests

Spring:
Administrative Law
Domestic Violence and Civil Protection Order Clinic
Law Review
Tax Policy (seminar)
Witness Preparation (short course)