PSC 321 - The Bramble Bush
Law school is often portrayed as being an incredibly challenging endeavor. Law school brings together the smartest students from colleges and universities and pits them in an intense, often times, aggressive environment. From the famed Socratic Method of instruction to quite literally learning Latin terms and phrases, law school challenges both the mind and the will of those who attend it. Significant for this course, law school will refine the way that one thinks, writes, speaks, and lives. This course humbly aims to prepare its students for the academic, social, and emotional rigor of law school.