In the first year of law school – at least, at Osgoode Hall, where I go – you get exactly one course option in first year to go along with the usual slate of tort law, contract law, criminal law, property law, public and constitutional law, ethics, and legal process and writing. Because these are small-group seminar classes, you’re expected to rank your top five preferences in case of overflow.
1.) Legal Challenges In Intellectual Property
2.) Tax Law As A Reflection Of Social Policy
3.) Globalization And The Law
4.) Legal Realities Of Urbanization
5.) “something that will help me in case I need to determine the legal status of a superintelligent gorilla.”
I have my reasons.