« on: June 05, 2009, 11:53:06 AM »
Every law student should take Evidence. It's just a unique subject that I think would be hard to learn in a bar review class. It's also pretty interesting. The rest of the stuff could be learned, but you should probably take at least some of those subjects anyway to gain a fundamental understanding of the law.
I took Land Transactions, Art. 9, Trusts/Estates, Fed. Tax, Admin. Law, Evidence, Corp and a bunch of other random and/or clinical courses. You could probably get away without taking Art. 9, Fed. Tax, and Land Transactions but I took those courses because I was interested in those subjects. I'd suggest taking Trusts/Estates the final semester of your 3L year because it requires you review future interests and all that crap, which helps a lot when it comes time to study for the bar.