1-L Year

Congratulations!  You are now a law student.  No matter which law school you are attending, the basic fact is your 1-L curriculum is the same.  The Princeton Review calls the 1-L year, “the brick and mortar of your law school education.”

The classes you are going to take as a 1-L law student will be the following:

The first year of law school may not be the most interesting, but it will set the tone for your next two years.  Make it through 1-L year and whole new world of legal course will open-up to you for your 2-L and 3-L years.