Monday, March 8, 2010

U of L law class profiled in C-J

A few dozen upper-level law students are studying legal issues through the words of Shakespeare, Dante and other authors, and their class is profiled in this story in Sunday's edition of The Courier-Journal. As a first-year law student, I'm looking forward to some of these types of classes, which are only available in the second and third year of law school. For now, we're focused on core classes including torts, contracts, property and civil procedure. Check out the story at the above link while it lasts. The C-J (my former employer) usually does not make online articles available more than a week after publication.

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