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Two-week non credit Law and Litigation course

DubaiClassof19DubaiClassof19 Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
I'm thinking of applying to this program, its two weeks long. From the mock schedule that they provide, and the other information on their website, it seems to offer a pretty enriching experience. http://precollege.emory.edu/program/schedule.html

As of now I want to pursue law (I'm a high school freshman) and was wondering if anyone has heard anything or has any experience with this program? I'm not expecting this summer program will help me get into Emory, just trying to see if it will be worth the fee and the long plane ride. I am also considering going to Georgetown's summer program, if I find out freshman aren't allowed in Emory's program (they're not very clear about this on the website, I emailed them)

Replies to: Two-week non credit Law and Litigation course

  • bernie12bernie12 Registered User Posts: 5,293 Senior Member
    A) Always keep an open mind, B) I've heard that that particular 2 week experience is excellent and actually quite intensive and enriching.
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