With more than 100 advanced courses and 12 dual-degree programs, South Carolina Law makes it easy to take your interests to a deeper level—or discover a new one.
The curriculum has over 100 elective courses. And out of those 100 elective courses, students are able to choose a variety of courses that will allow them to specialize or focus in a specific area.
I came in thinking I wanted to practice in one area. And after my first year, I've expanded to two other areas. That came through opportunities of fellowships for summer jobs, being able to meet other attorneys, through career services, and just the course availability.
So we have over 12 dual-degree programs, which allows for students to do a law degree and complete another degree in a shorter time span.
South Carolina Law offers a children's law concentration, which is very rare among law schools. But it helps family law attorneys know that you have the experience and the passion to be a great family law advocate.
We have excellent tax faculty here. We have a broad spread of tax courses. And this law school has an excellent record in sending students to specialist graduate tax programs.
I've been given a breadth of opportunities--from the JOE Program, from peer mentors, from attorney mentors, from career services. I think I am finding the skills and being prepared in the best way possible.