I am interested in several areas of law at this point, including litigation, IP, and corporate law.
My school has concentrations in Civil Litigation, IP, Business Law and Financial Services, Health Law, etc.
Originally, I thought I would specialize in Civil Litigation because I was interested in that. Then I thought IP would be exciting/interesting (or at least more exciting/interested than other areas of law). Now I'm thinking Business Law, since it seems sort of more practical (my undergrad degree is in business) and I may start my own practice at some point. Also Business Law and Financial Services seems marketable, and could make it easier to break into business if I ever get bored with law.
Since my interests are so varied, should I just stick with a general curriculum and sample the various courses, it would it be better to specialize?
Isn't it true that you learn a lot on the job anyway, so you might not need to specialize while in law school?