And it's time for narcissism! What I'm taking in the spring quarter and why.
Oral Advocacy -- With profs like this, who can ask for more? Seriously, though, I love to speak in public (read: jeremy = ham). Now I want to be good at it.
Alternative Dispute Resolution -- When I was little, I had two very close friends. When we'd play, one would be Shredder and the other Michelangelo. I liked Raphael, but I'd always try to get everybody to sit down and talk our problems out. Born mediator? Future ADR hero? Maybe so . . .
Juvenile Justice -- I tend to believe that a lot of criminals get started young, and I'm very curious how our system deals with them. Plus, the professor's name is pretty dadgum long and I want to learn how to pronounce it.
Secured Transactions -- My blog's "About Me" section used to list my profession as "Prof K's Dog." Since Prof K teaches Secured Transactions . . .
Consumer Protection -- It was either this or Remedies. They're offered at the same time this quarter. This is 3 hours; Remedies is 4 hours. If I take Consumer Protection, then I can take one more hour of something elective. (Read: If Remedies, then no Oral Advocacy.)
Family Law -- I spent 18 months as a family law paralegal, and I loved it. I don't know if I'll end up practicing family law, but I'm sure that at some point, I'll handle somebody's divorce or adoption, if only to pay the bills. Besides that, the prof went to Purdue but loves the Cowboys. I don't know why that intrigues me, but it does.