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John Corwin (ficticious)

John was a business major as an undergraduate student. He worked for two years for a CPA firm before coming to law school. One of his clients while he worked as a CPA was a multinational corporation with offices and sales in Asia. This prompted his interest in working as a lawyer for a multinational corporation. In addition to learning about international and other aspects of law, John wishes to prepare to take a bar exam and learn professional skills. He chose the following classes while a law student:

Second Year

Fall:
Client Counseling (required)
Corporations I
Secured Transactions
Moot Court
Negotiations
Federal Income Tax

>Spring:
Legal Ethics (required)
Public International Law
Corporations II
Moot Court
Human Rights Seminar (seminar)
Evidence

Third Year

Fall:
Immigration Law and Policy
Introduction to Intellectual Property
International Business Transactions
Moot Court
Legal Externship at a corporation
Corporations I Practice One

Spring:
Criminal Procedure I
Electronic Discovery
Securities Litigation
International Tax
Moot Court
International Arbitration and Litigation