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Studying for the LSAT / Prof. Wagner's Torts Exam
« on: October 26, 2008, 05:39:23 PM »
Hey, anyone out there know how I could obtain a couple of Prof. Wendy Wagner's old torts exams?  I'm a student at CWRU (where she's not teaching... I think in a joint arrangement with your school), and she doesn't make exams available to students.  I'm not sure if she teaches/did teach torts at your school, but I thought I'd give it a try.  Any help would be much appreciated.  Thanks!

Case Western Reserve / Prof. Wagner's Torts Exam
« on: October 26, 2008, 05:35:59 PM »
Anyone out there know how to obtain some old torts exams of Professor Wagner?  They aren't on file at the library and I know she doesn't hand them out/make them available aside from one practice "exam" we'll do closer to final exam time.  Any help would be appreciated, thanks!

At my law school we get to choose an elective to take during our 2nd semester... the deadline for a decision is fast approaching and I'm trying to figure out if I should start down the track towards a concentration in litigation or international law.  Obviously this depends on my goals for the future, which are:  to obtain employment in the litigation department of a firm (maybe eventually with a corporation).  I also have an interest in international law... my undergrad major was Int'l Affairs and I've spent some time abroad.  If I got into international law, I'd like to be on the litigation side of it. 

I guess my questions are:

-do firms really care about concentrations?
-if they do care, would they rather see someone interested in litigation or international law?

I guess I see litigation as winning the contest in terms of usefulness... hmmm, guess I'd just like people's opinions.  Thanks!

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