Learn How to Earn a Certificate of Accomplishment in Litigation or Transactional Skills
For students interested in further developing skills and distinguishing themselves in the job market, the Law School will offer a “Certificate of Accomplishment in Litigation Skills” and a “Certificate of Accomplishment in Transactional Skills” to be awarded as an honor upon graduation. The award of a Certificate is intended to demonstrate to potential employers that the student possesses additional training in lawyering skills and values associated with litigation practice or transactional practice.
On Monday, March 4, at noon in Room 275, Professor Tim Hall, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, will describe both certificate programs and discuss:
• Eligibility for Participation
• Requirements for Award of a Certificate
• Program curriculum
This is your chance to learn about an opportunity to develop further distinction at the JD level, and to receive recognition for successful completion of a course of study and advanced training in preparation for professional practice. All law students are invited to attend.