Law in Contemporary Society
Many legal issues and their impacts were evident in many of the interdisciplinary courses that I took in college, and I found the philosophical, economic, political, and historical reasoning of law and its consequences fascinating. I became very curious to explore the applications of legal concepts and theories and to find out to what extent I will be able to apply those ideas in the real world. I found that only law school can provide the sort of education.

Moreover, I sought after the particular skills--advocacy, research and writing, analytical, and speaking--that law school requires you to hone during the time here.

-- JayunKoo - 20 Jan 2008



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