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Paul Tagen (ficticious)

Paul is a student who grew up in Allen, Michigan. As an undergraduate, he majored in Psychology and participated in a summer semester program in Washington D.C. He believes that he would like to start out his career by working at a governmental agency in Washington D.C. because he so much enjoyed his summer experience there while an undergraduate student. He also believes that he would like his first job to give him litigation experience. In addition to exploring his interest in public interest law, he wants to prepare to take a bar exam and learn professional skills. Here are the schedules he selected in his second and third years of law school:

Second Year

Fall:
Ethics (required)
First Amendment Seminar (seminar)
Civil Rights Litigation
Federal Income Tax
Criminal Procedure I
Moot Court Competition (meets writing requirement)

Spring:
Client Counseling Workshop (required)
American Legal History
Family Law
Corporations I
Criminal Procedure II
Moot Court

Third Year

Fall:
Immigration Law and Policy
Disability Law
Intro to Intellectual Property
Trial Practice
Moot Court
Legal Externship at a local governmental agency
Intensive Practical Lawyering (short course)

Spring:
Human Rights Seminar (seminar)
Gender and the Law
Corporations II
Employment Discrimination
Moot Court